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At 4:29am on February 20, 2009, Ashley Peterkin said…
Thank you.
I'm really glad you enjoyed it.
At 7:39pm on February 19, 2009, Eryn said…
Hi Michelle! Welcome :)
At 12:52am on February 18, 2009, wendy knowles said…
go to itunes and put inTwilight soundtrack and i think they are song numbers 14,15,16(the last three).
At 6:22pm on February 17, 2009, wendy knowles said…
one more thing do you know that he does by the name of Bobby Dupea when singing and will just show up at random places with his guitar. I agree he is very talented. If you have the TWILIGHT and did not buy on itunes you did not get the 3 additional cuts, it is him singing again when she gets bit by James and they are do flash backs,,I love that one.
At 6:16pm on February 17, 2009, wendy knowles said…
Greetings Mate/ Michelle: I could say the sme thing you live in Austrailia, I;ve always wanted to go but probably will never get to.Did you enjoy the books like I did and reread them especially your favorite parts..(one of mine book 1 chap 13 the meadow..which Stephanie Meyers says was her original dream which made her write the books and book 3 Eclispse chap 20), As far as me seeing them know but family members of my co worker did see Rob on the set almost daily as he dasched by , They said he was very nice not to mention gorgous(should be against some rules). I still am unclear about things for this year New Moon filming security is BIG. last year more free. I definetly feel like I missed my big chance to see an angel...dazzling one! Heads up he will presenting at the Academy Awards this Sunday out of LA. So watch if you can. I am sad about all the fires Austraila has had and deaths relating to them. I saw Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban donating funds in TV. Be in touch..... to land down under

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