The Top 100 Songs of Pete Townshend

by: Garrett Jennings @GarJennings


I think Pete Townshend is the greatest songwriter of his generation and deserves so much more praise than he currently gets.  So here are the Top 100 Songs of Pete Townshend but just his solo or solo influenced material - nothing that The Who recorded.  (If you want to see the Top 200 Songs of The Who - click here.)

1) Let My Love Open the Door - This might seem obvious to list this song, his biggest hit, as number one.  But it really showed that he was able to make very contemporary (1980's) pop songs that were completely different than anything The Who were doing at the time.
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/4FZbcoWrUsw

2) Slit Skirts – This song got and still gets steady radio air play on classic rock stations.  Great music with interesting lyrics is Townshend's calling card.
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/NuTXSnez3WM

3) White City Fighting – This song features David Gilmour of Pink Floyd on lead guitar which of course got people talking about a possible Supergroup.
Album: White City

https://youtu.be/IYJuuRALcWs

4) My Baby Gives It Away – Pete Townshend recorded an album called "Rough Mix" with Ronnie Lane from The Small Faces.  It is a gem of an album that everyone needs to discover.
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/Gsxnn6S-_NQ

5) Rough Boys – This is such a rocking song that all the Who fans thought that it should have been on a Who album.  It really captures the early days of MTV when rock videos were so important.
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/dkT8W6u81Ks

6) Prelude/Face Dances Part 2 – The Who had an album called Face Dances so this song was titled "Face Dances part 2" but you have to play Prelude right before it.  This song is a time capsule for the early 80's.
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/q1D_XNYTUGg?t=9m50s

7) Give Blood – This song also features David Gilmour on lead guitar.
Album: White City

https://youtu.be/VfggghQENsU?t=40s

8) Keep Me Turning – I was glad to see this song was on "Truancy: The Very Best of Pete Townshend" because it meant that there were others who realized or would soon realize how great this song is.
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/Nv6aKElzEH8

9) A Little is Enough – It's quite a challenge to create a musical sound that is unique from the band that made you famous and unique from everything else that is out there -yet- continue to experiment and make every song sound different from the other songs on the album. Townshend really accomplished this with this album.
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/toPaXZPbQYs?t=40s

10) Stardom in Acton – This is a very nostalgic song bringing me back to the 80's, cranking it when it came on the radio in my car, and singing the wrong lyrics "stardom and acting".
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/q1D_XNYTUGg?t=22m12s

11) Crashing By Design – Townshend's lyrics are like reading a novel with well developed characters yet is so married to the music it is seamless.
Album: White City

https://youtu.be/nXSX1RwH0tc

12) Heart To Hang Onto  – This song was written by Townshend but is a duet with Ronnie Lane.  Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam is a huge Who/Townshend fan and has sung this with Townshend at quite a few concerts.
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/ykJl23znhpE

13) And I Moved – Townshend said he originally wrote this song for Bette Midler but I guess she passed on it.  It's a beautiful song.
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/IVfCDrb9NQw

14) Somebody Saved Me – The story goes that this song's real meaning is someone saving him from a heroin addiction. 
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/jFxnWqgaKRs

15) Brilliant Blues – Townshend wrote so many songs that should have been mega-hits that it makes you wonder what kind of hit could it be if another current artist covered it.
Album: White City

https://youtu.be/RdGlWRmh-uM

16) Misunderstood – Again, a Townshend song where a character is well defined.
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/qgDwvWqIx4o

17) I Am an Animal – Aside from "Who's Next" side 1 and 2, and Quadrophenia (all 4 sides) I would put "Empty Glass" side 1 up against any Who album side. 
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/uXNfGURmin8

18) North Country Girl - This is a cover a traditional Scottish song but still a great song on a great album.
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/WavnVVDlBak

19) Hiding Out – Great rhythms along with great lyrics and melody.  This could be a hit if covered by Ziggy Marley.
Album: White City

https://youtu.be/5yCLTRf50cY

20) Street In The City – This song conjures an entire movie script in my mind.  Pete let me know if you want me to write it!
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/4-ScKVsUVe8

21) Jools and Jim – This song features Townshend's scathing lyrics ripping into 2 "rock critics" who were seemingly condoning the death of Keith Moon. "Did you read the stuff that Julie said?/Or little Jimmy with his hair dyed red?/They don’t give a shit Keith Moon is dead/Is that exactly what I thought I read?’ ...‘Typewriter bangers, you’re all just hangers on/Everyone’s human ’cept Jools and Jim/Late copy churners, rock and roll learners/ Your hearts are melting in pools of gin."
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/4POBe1L8BcI

22) The Sea Refuses No River –  This song was written by Townshend as he was going through rehab and I can see it empowering other people going through it.
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/vOFyO6IqYk0

23) Secondhand Love – This is another song that I think would have been a huge hit if covered by Eric Clapton as a blues/rock song. Don't get me wrong - I love Townshend's treatment of this song also, but I think Townshend is such a great writer and deserving of a lot more top 10 hits!
Album: White City

https://youtu.be/q_XHC03AhFI

24) A Friend is a Friend – Townshend was inspired by the children's book "The Iron Man" by Ted Hughes.  This led to a stage production and then the movie "The Iron Giant".  This is a great song but wasn't used in the movie since it was a different adaptation.
Album; The Iron Man

https://youtu.be/1W-NCIZAXlw

25) Gonna Get Ya – The album "Empty Glass" was so good that it created a lot of "what if's". What if Keith Moon hadn't died in 1978 but successfully rehabbed?  What if "Empty Glass" was a Who album?  It would probably have been a huge album for The Who and this song in particular is such a rocker, it would have been a classic rock radio staple for years to come.  But I'm sure Townshend hates to hear these scenarios - suffice it to say that this is an awesome song on an awesome album.
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/lKyBt6b2IUU

26) Stop Hurting People – Would you believe it if I told you that Townshend wasn't in the Songwriter's Hall of Fame?  Perhaps his rep got tarnished because of legal allegations - but if the voters of that Hall would go PeteTownshendIsInnocent.com they will see that there was never any evidence of wrong-doing.  Add to that - Townshend has done more for charities along with Roger Daltrey than any other musician in the 5 decades that the 2 of them have been making music!
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/xdOEnoQkOSI

27) Come To Mama – It's hard to write an article about Townshend's songwriting and not simply copy and paste his poetic lyrics "His pride is like a bandage/He is wrapped in a warm cocoon/His pride is like heroin/He is back inside the womb His pride is like an ocean/Encircled by a reef/His pride's a hypnotic potion/His memory is a leaf Her pride is like an armor/Flaming ring of fire/Her pride is like a blindness/An ever tightening wire Her pride is like a razor/A surgeon's purging knife/Her pride is like a censor/She's slashed out half her life"
Album: White City

https://youtu.be/vebJzB5h0iE

28) Now and Then – I know that Townshend fans love this song based on crowd reaction when he performs it live.  Now we just have to get the rest of the world to discover this song.
Album: Psychoderelict

https://youtu.be/fN4eZLDgZfA

29) Empty Glass – Another very introspective song by Townshend. "My life's a mess I wait for you to pass/I stand here at the bar, I hold an empty glass"
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/Q8fpz1iwbwI

30) Uniforms – Nobody can make a melodic social commentary like Townshend.
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/6S3LklS1PiY

31) I Am Secure – There are not too many artists that can stand on stage with just an acoustic guitar and sing their own songs and deliver like Townshend.
Album: White City

https://youtu.be/lTcQi3egFKo?t=1m49s

32) You Came Back – Townshend would record demo tapes and present them to the members of The Who for song selection for Who albums.  Some of the songs not used ended up on Townshend's "Scoop" albums.  I've always loved those albums because it gave a glimpse into Townshend's songwriting process. This song is about reincarnation.
Album: Scoop

https://youtu.be/osCLrVJrOfo

33) Keep on Working – Townshend wrote this when he was having some money issues.  I love the trademark Townshend harmonies and production.
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/T3qoC7P0Edk

34) Exquisitely Bored – This is a very cool song - we need more radio stations to play these songs that fall somewhere between rock and pop.
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/cUK357bCHM4

35) Face the Face – Pete Townshend's father Cliff Townshend played clarinet and sax for a jazz orchestra and I get the feeling Pete wanted to record a song that had some swing to it.  Fun song.
Album: White City

https://youtu.be/NS3nRcwWktA

36) Never Ask Me – I have always thought that Tony Bennett should cover this song along with some Who songs like "Our Love Was" and "Sunrise".
Album: Another Scoop

https://youtu.be/HKDapUMCycM?list=PLFTp1f4E7i2BKmtY1z_PU7Ve3Z7iBgfKb

37) Cats In The Cupboard – Here is another rocking song from "Empty Glass".  (Again - what if Moon were alive for this one  - it would have been a huge Who hit.)
Album: Empty Glass

https://youtu.be/R7rh0f1WFms

38) Communication – A little experimental but a very cool song.
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes

https://youtu.be/D5PStj6dr6g

39) All Lovers Are Deranged – This song was written by Townshend (lyrics) and David Gilmour (music) for Gilmour's solo album "About Face" but I really like Townshend's recording on "Scoop 3".
Album: Scoop 3

https://youtu.be/oZGI7JdZBck

40) Sheraton Gibson – Townshend's first solo albums were dedicated to his spiritual mentor Meher Baba.  The best of these songs were compiled in the album "Who Came First".  There is some great acoustic guitar picking on his Gibson in this song.
Album: Who Came First

https://youtu.be/ZUASUTR8Nv0

41) Life To Life – This song was used in the opening credits of the movie "Playing for Keeps" in 1986.
Album: Gold

https://youtu.be/L_0CWxR5AY4?t=14s

42) After the Fire – Townshend wrote this as a song that The Who would perform at Live Aid but then it ended up on Roger Daltrey's solo album "Under a Raging Moon".
Album: Deep End Live!

https://youtu.be/I09C-owWw5s?t=1m

43) A Fool Says – This song is from the musical "The Iron Man".  There is beautiful guitar work throughout this album.
Album: The Iron Man

https://youtu.be/NvabjGiur1Q

44) English Boy – This song is another rocking song from a somewhat experimental album.
Album: Psychoderelict

https://youtu.be/yuNbpJwJ4MI

45) Mary – Another gem from Townshend's "Scoop" album.
Album: Scoop

https://youtu.be/_cSb1F4aZNc

46) Driftin' Blues – This is an old blues standard that Townshend covers with impeccable reverence.
Album: Another Scoop

https://youtu.be/QGLd09CEIos?t=6s

47) Squirm – There is some awesome acoustic guitar work on this song that he wrote for his young son.
Album: Scoop 3

https://youtu.be/BH3bH7pSnRQ

48) Sleeping Dog – Simple but beautiful song.
Album: Who Came First

https://youtu.be/fBCFmg7onKM

49) Greyhound Girl – I considered adding this song to my Top 200 Songs of The Who since it is a song that is part of Townshend's Lighthouse concept album which became the album "Who's Next".  But this song was the B-side to the single for "Let My Love Open the Door" and Pete Townshend made this beautiful live recording of it, so it definitely belongs on this list.
Album: Lifehouse Chronicles

https://youtu.be/e2P_SbMTRRQ?t=18s

50) Save It For Later – Townshend loved this "English Beat" song and did such an interesting cover of it I had to add it to this list.
Album: Deep End Live!

https://youtu.be/pQ0zMDJKkbg?t=45s

51) I Won't Run Any More – Townshend wrote this album as a Broadway musical - but if it did end up on Broadway it would be the most rocking musical that Broadway has ever seen.
Album: The Iron Man

https://youtu.be/VYLYDy47iJI?t=33s

52) Predictable – There are a lot of great songs on this album that perhaps was sort of lost by dialog between and sometimes within some of the songs.  There is a non-dialog version of the album that I would recommend (nothing against Townshend's original concept but I just love the music).
Album: Psychoderelict

https://youtu.be/SfetXswKKEc

53) Unused Piano: 'Quadrophenia' – As the title indicates this is some unused piano from one of the greatest rock achievements of all time, The Who's "Quadrophenia".
Album: Scoop

https://youtu.be/_Zbfr07zh6c

54) Praying The Game – Great guitar work and orchestration.
Album: Another Scoop

https://youtu.be/ly6S4meWHno

55) Collings – Very cool acoustic instrumental.
Album: Scoop 3

https://youtu.be/FieQZrZGuHM

56) His Hands – This a fairly epic instrumental song considering it was on such an unassuming album.
Album: Who Came First

https://youtu.be/xMp4RWR2ue4

57) Barefootin' – Here is another cover of an old blues song but Townshend did such a fun cover of this I had to add it to this list.
Album: Deep End Live!

https://youtu.be/-SdeES2rkvs?t=19m44s

58) Rough Mix – This song was written by Pete Townshend and Ronnie Lane and featured Charlie Watts on drums and Eric Clapton on lead guitar.
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/_5X5F8W8TO4

59) Was There Life – Another beautiful song that should be covered by a female singer and perhaps on a Broadway stage.
Album: The Iron Man

https://youtu.be/9ahirDlbQS4?t=24s

60) Don't Try To Make Me Real – Another great song that didn't get the attention it deserves.
Album: Psychoderelict

https://youtu.be/YedBkA7vYw0?t=3s

61) Things Have Changed – Written by Pete Townshend in 1965 but surprisingly never recorded by The Who.  It would been a huge hit if covered by the Beatles or the Stones.
Album: Scoop

https://youtu.be/wC8yD7aI3M4

62) Girl In A Suitcase – Perhaps the greatest song about blow-up dolls.
Album: Another Scoop

https://youtu.be/641in4173t4?t=5s

63) Wistful – Another very cool acoustic instrumental.
Album: Scoop 3

https://youtu.be/U6on7d2Cras

64) There's A Heartache Following Me – Here is a very nicely done cover of the Jim Reeve's classic.
Album: Who Came First

https://youtu.be/TsPij05gFFE

65) Till The Rivers All Run Dry – Pete Townshend and Ronnie Land covered this Don Williams classic for their album "Rough Mix".
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/3o6VgWLMJFg

66) All Shall Be Well – It took over 20 years for Townshend to win a Tony for "Tommy"  so perhaps this album will get the Broadway attention it needs some day in the future.
Album: The Iron Man

https://youtu.be/w7EwxPEqt8g

67) Let's Get Pretentious – Once again, great song, somewhat lost in the dialog of the play intertwined, but Townshend's sense of humor always comes through in his songwriting.
Album: Psychoderelict

https://youtu.be/pWXCZsw44zA?t=15s

68) To Barney Kessel – Townshend wrote and recorded this song as a tribute to the jazz guitarist Barney Kessel.
Album: Scoop

https://youtu.be/2JzFQC9hG5s

69) Prelude – Townshend was adept at writing all kinds of music, much of which could have been for movie scores.
Album: Another Scoop

https://youtu.be/noMJIVNoxFw?list=PLFTp1f4E7i2BKmtY1z_PU7Ve3Z7iBgfKb

70) Dirty Water – There are a couple different versions of this song on Townshend "Scoop" albums but this probably the most fun version.
Album: Scoop 3

https://youtu.be/P4xhxxLm068

71) New Life / Reprise – Townshend always said that he wrote for Roger Daltrey's voice but he can really write for all the voices of a full Broadway cast.
Album: The Iron Man

https://youtu.be/k_d6_IH5xhY

72) Parvardigar – This is quite an epic song for a spiritual song.
Album: Who Came First

https://youtu.be/lJjj3M9slw0

73) Outlive The Dinosaur – Cool tune.
Album: Psychoderelict

https://youtu.be/FSDVVtAYXvY

74) Good Question (aka Brrr) – On Townshend's first "Scoop" album there is a demo of the Who classic "So Sad About Us" followed by a song titled "Brrr".  This song was recorded as an bonus song for the "Rough Mix" album and called "Good Question".
Album: Rough Mix (bonus track on reissue)

https://youtu.be/rUQgj1C4qAg?t=44m59s

75) Variations on Dirty Jobs – Once again, some amazing orchestration which could be part of a movie score.
Album: Scoop 3

https://youtu.be/3aDXhcI70kM

76) Over The Top (w/ John Lee Hooker) – Just like Townshend pushed The Who to uncharted territory in the rock world, he also took John Lee Hooker into an area he never traveled before.
Album: The Iron Man

https://youtu.be/nC5A38U9lQg

77) I Am Afraid – Another cool song from the Psychoderelict album.
Album: Psychoderelict

https://youtu.be/rAp7Pbp3wic?t=14s

78) How Can I Help You – Pete Townshend and his girlfriend Rachel Fuller had a web music show called "In The Attic" where songs like this were developed. 
Album: Truancy: The Very Best of Pete Townshend

https://youtu.be/clev59FoPLo

79) The Shout – Townshend influenced so many artists that came after him but he also incorporated the artists that influenced him into his music as well.
Album: Another Scoop

https://youtu.be/2GQzFa5uY9c?t=56s

80) I Like It The Way It Is – Another beautifully orchestrated song.
Album: Scoop 3

https://youtu.be/4us1G1fDAqo

81) I Eat Heavy Metal (w/ John Lee Hooker) – John Lee Hooker sings the part of the title character in this musical "The Iron Man".
Album: The Iron Man

https://youtu.be/cXUC84xVlqc

82) Evolution (w/ Ronnie Lane) – This song features Ronnie Lane on vocal who also wrote the song.  Both Lane and Townshend play some great acoustic guitar on this song.  I love this song.
Album: Who Came First

https://youtu.be/Jt479w1jF7k

83) Nowhere To Run (w/ Ronnie Lane) – This song features Ronnie Lane on vocal who also wrote the song.  Both Lane and Townshend play multiple instruments on the wonderful "Rough Mix" album.
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/sjjhXX0dwhk

84) Fast Food (w/ Nina Simone) – Nina Simone playing the part of the Space Dragon in the musical "The Iron Man'.
Album: The Iron Man

https://youtu.be/7ga_ccwyw8o

85) The Love Man – Another gem only found on the reissued album as a bonus track.
Album: Who Came First (reissue bonus track)

https://youtu.be/fTZ27n7Tka0?t=14s

86) Annie (w/ Ronnie Lane) – This song features Ronnie Lane on vocal who also wrote the song (with Eric Clapton).  Both Lane and Townshend play multiple instruments on the wonderful "Rough Mix" album.
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/R8FnYYivxDs

87) Dance it Away – This song features the unmistakable John Entwistle bass and also Kenney Jones on drums, so it has a definite Who sound.
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes (reissue bonus track)

https://youtu.be/IFrYbHm6F-Y

88) Content – There aren't too many rock stars that can make you think philosophically or feel spiritually.
Album: Who Came First

https://youtu.be/YJ06N7Kny_U?t=25s

89) April Fool – This song features Ronnie Lane on vocal who also wrote the song.  Both Lane and Townshend play multiple instruments on the wonderful "Rough Mix" album.
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/-OJswXk_Snc

90) Uneasy Street – It's always amazing to me when great songs like this are almost forgotten and only released as a reissue bonus track.
Album: Psychoderelict (reissue bonus track)

https://youtu.be/d2xo8QeHe80

91) Catmelody (with Ronnie Lane) – This song features Ronnie Lane on vocal who also wrote the song.  Both Lane and Townshend play multiple instruments on the wonderful "Rough Mix" album.
Album: Rough Mix

https://youtu.be/rUQgj1C4qAg?t=16m51s

92) Chameleon (w/ Des Horsfall Lyrics by Katy Lane) – This song is a tribute to Ronnie Lane with the lyrics written by Ronnie's wife Katy Lane and co-written by Pete Townshend.  Pete sings and plays guitar along with Des Horsfall and his band Kuschty Rye.
Album: The Bastard's Tin by Des Horsfall's Kuschty Rye
https://youtu.be/LpI9czCXQNY?t=15s

93) Man Watching – Once again, it's always amazing to me when great songs like this are almost forgotten and only released as a reissue bonus track.
Album: All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes (reissue bonus track)

https://youtu.be/A2nqOqEegVc

94) Night School – Once again, it's always amazing to me when great songs like this are almost forgotten and only released as a reissue bonus track.
Album: White City
(reissue bonus track)

https://youtu.be/7WMOnfiu40k?t=2s

95) Just Breathe (w/ Rachel Fuller) – Pete Townshend plays guitar and co-wrote this song with his girl friend Rachel Fuller.
Album:
In The Attic

https://youtu.be/gGfoa0_9SXA?list=PLXoL0jbNkR4i6tb931Dtf1jDUi9FLKhGs

96) It Must Be Done (w/ Nathan Barr) – Pete Townshend  co-wrote this song with Nathan Barr for the TV show "The Americans".
Album:
from the TV show "The Americans"

https://youtu.be/r7QbWAPagzU

97) It Was You (Chaos & Co. or The Naturals) – This article is celebrating the songwriting of Pete Townshend so I had to include the first song he ever wrote.  I'm not sure why The Who (or as they were known back then The Detours and then The High Numbers) never recorded it.   But it was covered by two different bands: "Chaos & Co." and "The Naturals".
Album:
single releases in the 1960's

https://youtu.be/THPC4ab6VY4

or
https://youtu.be/0vZ2qxJOETc

98) Travelator, Pt. 2 (w/ Jean-Michel Jarre) – Pete Townshend co-wrote this song with Jean-Michel Jarre.   So, Pete Townshend's musical journey has gone from blues to Pop to Maximum R&B to rock operas to stadium rock to anthem rock to 80's rock to avant garde rock to singer-songwriter acoustic to experimental rock to soundtracks to orchestrated rock and now to electronica.
Album: Electronica 1: The Time Machine

https://youtu.be/dD46CBmPQ5Q

99) On The Road Again – Pete Townshend played this cover of the "Canned Heat" song for a Woodstock revival.  He played it again for a benefit for the Maryville Academy, a children's charity outside of Chicago.  The Who and Pete did charity concerts with Eddie Vedder and made over a million dollars for the Maryville Academy.
Album: Pete Townshend Live: A Benefit For Maryville Academy

https://youtu.be/N5IHNuIqmdU?t=1m52s

100) Love On the Air (w/ David Gilmour) – Pete Townshend wrote the lyrics for this song with David Gilmour writing the music. 
Album: About Face (by David Gilmour)

https://youtu.be/08MbgGY7X8g

Honorable Mentions:
"Uncertain Girl" unreleased song rumored to be released on a future album
https://youtu.be/x2kzxLBhasI

"Corrina, Corrina" - cover of the Bob Dylan song to support Amnesty International
https://youtu.be/QG4eu2Y8rU4?t=4m4s

"Something in the Air" from "Thunderclap Newman" with Pete Townshend on bass and he also produced this #1 hit
https://youtu.be/k8zmkzshUvE

"I Am The Answer" from "Simon Townshend" with Pete Townshend on backing vocals and he also produced this song.
https://youtu.be/ANti6NS0oQQ

"Joy" from "Mick Jagger" with Pete Townshend on guitar.
https://youtu.be/0THvuiPNIIU

"Join My Gang" recorded by "Oscar" but written by Pete Townshend
https://youtu.be/LAqvRp1tOgk

"Lazy Fat People" from Pete Townshend's "Twenty/Scoop 4" album (very limited release)
https://youtu.be/B_MTz5czV6w

About the author: Garrett Jennings is a freelance writer and life-long fan of The Who (and rock music).  I plan on blogging additional Top 100 lists from different musical artists.  You can follow me on Twitter at @GarJennings

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