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these are not mine found this one youtube wanted to share this chillstep songs with you guys cause its so calming just to listen to get these songs from MrSuicideSheep
be sure to give credit to these people who made these songs i do not own the rights to claims these amazing songs just wanted to share these like i said be sure to give credit to MrSuicideSheep and the rest of the group who made these songs and have a great day!
0:00 MitiS - ‘Til The End
3:37 - Said the Sky & Kwesi - All I Got
8:17 - Yoe Mase - Despite All
12:53 - Xan Griffin - Gemini (feat. WILD)
17:16 - Hazey Eyes - Need You
19:49 - Illenium - No Time Like Now
21:47 - Dabin - In Flames (feat. Lexi Norton)
25:07 - Finding Hope - 3:00AM
28:20 - Illenium - Beautiful Creatures (Julian Marchal Rework)
30:25 - JANEE - What Are You Doing Here (feat. Casey Breves)
34:08 - Said The Sky x FRND - Faded
37:28 - Ninajirachi - Pure Luck
40:34 - Other - Safety (feat. Brandon banks)
43:43 - IHF - Awake
47:01 - Echos - Haunt
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