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We're Going Home
Written by Vance Joy (as James Keogh) & Dan Wilson (as Daniel Dodd Wilson)
Performed by Vance Joy
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What a great film! This movie is so funny and has such a good story. Great cast. Loved that Russ guy. So funny. His wardrobe was on point. His jeans were High and tight. Try it out! Makes you want to be home here now!
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