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Lee Brice Releases Studio Version of “Hey World”

 

Originally unveiled during a special living room performance on Fox & Friends, Lee Brice has officially released the studio version of “Hey World”.

 

In light of the tough times that we’re living in, Brice wrote the powerful track along with Dallas Davidson and Adam Wood. The beautiful piano ballad captures the essence of how we’re all feeling during the global pandemic while diving deep emotionally.

The song opens with the powerful and gut-wrenching lyrics that immediately resonate with fans around the world.

“Hey world, leave me alone / I don’t want to turn on the TV, ain’t nothing but bad news on”

The country star continues to sing from the heart, infusing his quintessential country twangs passionately throughout the lyrics.

“Hey world, I just need some space / Could you give me a minute, to catch my breath today”

The simple piano melody provides comfort, while the song encapsulates the feeling of wanting to escape from what is happening and pretend that it isn’t real. The repetition of the line “Hey world, leave me alone” transports the listener into a mental place of peace and comfort.

Brice and his fellow songwriters put deep feelings into words, in order to help those at home find solace in these tough times. This song embodies the power of music and lyrics, which has the ability to connect an artist with its audience, as we are all navigating this unimaginable time together.

To keep up with Lee Brice, follow him on TwitterInstagram, and Facebook.

“Hey World” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music on our “New Country Music” playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

LEE BRICE – “Hey World” Lyrics

Hey world, leave me alone
I don’t wanna turn on the TV
Ain’t nothing but bad news on
Yeah, the rain can wait for another day
This heart’s worn out, had all it can take

Hey world, leave me alone
Don’t call me up today, I won’t be picking up the phone
I’m gonna sit here on this porch swing and listen to the pines sing
Everything I need’s right here at home
Hey world, leave me alone

Hey world, I just need some space
Could you give me a minute to catch my breath today
I don’t need that long, and you ain’t going nowhere
So if you don’t mind, yeah, if you don’t care

Hey world, leave me alone
Don’t call me up today, I won’t be picking up the phone
I’m gonna sit here on this porch swing and listen to the pines sing
Everything I need’s right here at home
Hey world, leave me alone
Leave me alone, yeah

Hey world, leave me alone
Don’t call me up today, I won’t be picking up the phone
I’m gonna sit here on this porch swing and listen to the pines sing
Everything I need’s right here at home
Hey world, leave me alone
Hey world, leave me alone
Leave me alone

 

 

 

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Lee Brice Brings Light To Dark Times With Surprise New Song “Hey World”

Hey World

Mega-hitmaker Lee Brice appeared on Fox & Friends for a live living room performance – initially to promote his single and accompanying music video for “One of Them Girls” last week. We’re shown a sneak peek of the music video that shines a light on first responders, while the singer shares that the song depicts “the kind of girl all the boys are looking for at heart”.

During the segment, Brice opens up about how he’s kept busy during the quarantine – with finding new ways to connect with fans and working on his record. Most importantly, he’s appreciated having “true connected family time with [his] kids” who are “bouncing off the walls”.

In the midst of opening up about how his life has been affected by the COVID-19 world health crisis, the songwriter reveals a more fitting plan for how he hoped to touch his audience at that moment. He explains that instead of playing his new single, he felt inspired to play a song that he wrote a couple days prior with some friends. Watch here.

In light of the tough times that we’re living in, Brice, along with Dallas Davidson and Adam Wood, wrote a song titled “Hey World”. The beautiful piano ballad captures the essence of how we’re all feeling during the global pandemic while diving deep emotionally.

The song opens with the powerful and gut-wrenching lyrics that immediately resonate with fans around the world.

“Hey world, leave me alone / I don’t want to turn on the TV, ain’t nothing but bad news on”

The country star continues to sing from the heart, infusing his quintessential country twangs passionately throughout the lyrics.

“Hey world, I just need some space / Could you give me a minute, to catch my breath today”

The simple piano melody provides comfort, while the song encapsulates the feeling of wanting to escape from what is happening and pretend that it isn’t real. The repetition of the line “Hey world, leave me alone” transports the listener into a mental place of peace and comfort.

Brice and his fellow songwriters put deep feelings into words, in order to help those at home find solace in these tough times. This song embodies the power of music and lyrics, which has the ability to connect an artist with its audience, as we are all navigating this unimaginable time together.

To keep up with Lee Brice, follow him on TwitterInstagram, and Facebook.

“Hey World” is available everywhere you buy or stream music. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music on our “New Country Music” playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

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Lee Brice Releases New Single “One Of Them Girls”

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This new one by Lee Brice acts as the perfect prologue to “Rumor”, which was released July 2018 and hit #1 on Billboard and Mediabase charts. “One of Them Girls” is a stream of consciousness that personifies those thoughts before you meet a potential lover. An honest fondness seeps out of these lyrics that exist solely to wonder about this female personality. Ashley Gorley, Dallas Davidson, Ben Johnson, and Brice included a healthy dose of hypothetical scenarios to play around with what one might find when getting to know this obscure yet charming presence in the room.

“And you’re one of them girls that / Ain’t tryna meet nobody / You’re just here for the party / If I’m wrong then stop me, yeah / You’re one of them girls that / Ain’t handin’ out your number / You like to make us want you, you like to make us wonder”

In its attempt to figure out a girl, the song becomes just as abstract. The imagery is blurry, but it’s there. Nonetheless, this song succeeds in its identity as a thought-provoking piece.

Brice was pulled to write this song during a moment of appreciation for his family on Father’s Day of last year. “But, it’s so very much about that girl that all of us—deep down, at the end of the day, at the end of our lives—really hope to have loving us,” he admits. The bridge supports this idea and suggests that all of those voiced characteristics were inspired by his wife, Sara. It seems that he solved the puzzle of one of them girls.

“You’re one of them girls / I wanna put my lips on / Hold all night long / Write a little love song”

To keep up with Lee Brice, follow him on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.

“One of Them Girls” is available now everywhere you buy or stream. Take a listen below and check out more recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

 

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Lee Brice Shares the Love on Valentine’s Day with New York Fans

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Singer-songwriter Lee Brice doesn’t have a residency at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury, but you would’ve thought so the way the Long Island fans responded to his performance Friday night. Whether he was singing an old song, a new song or just talking to the crowd, the audience shared their love for the Grammy-nominated country-star and he gave it right back.

He came out onto the rotating center stage to “Drinking Class.” He walked over to all sides of the stage, holding the mic up to the audience, turning it into a sing-a-long. He performed his number one song “Hard To Love” next, followed by a remix of another top-ten song, “That Don’t Sound Like You.” 

Brice then debuted a new song for us called “One of Them Girls” that he said will head to radio sometime in the next few weeks. It has a modern feel with a rock and roll twist and will be the lead single off his upcoming album. 

Throughout the night, fans from all sections would run-up to, or even onto the stage to high-five, hug or get an autograph from Brice. Brice welcomed everyone with open arms; he even let one woman kiss him on the cheek. During his performance of “A Woman Like You,” a young boy ran up to the stage to get an autograph. Brice proceeded to give the boy a lesson on women. “Girls like it when you whisper to them; don’t ever get too loud,” he told the boy. He continued and sang the final chorus of his first-ever number one song. 

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Brice took a lot of time to speak to the audience. He told us multiple times that this venue was one of his favorite places to perform. A lot of artists just say those things to get a reaction from the crowd, but this time, between the sincerity in his voice and the loyalty of these fans, you truly believed him. Before playing his debut single, “She Ain’t Right,” he explained that he was shocked by how high it charted, stating it almost made the top 25. One fan then shouted “You’re number one in our hearts, Lee,” for the whole crowd to hear. 

The next song he performed, “Beer,” was a fan favorite. There was a whole section of people wearing matching t-shirts with the word BEER on the front and the lyric “Canadian, Mexican, Heineken, American, they’re all real good friends of mine” on the back. They all flocked to the stage when he began playing it. 

“If you don’t like old-school country music, I guarantee you will in the next 20 minutes,” Brice said before performing a string of covers that included “Be My Baby Tonight” by John Michael Montgomery and “Crazy Girl,” a song he wrote for Eli Young Band. His band then exited the stage so he could perform an acoustic version of his song, “Boy.” His band joined him back on stage for “Love Like Crazy.”

He said this next song, “Hope You’re Happy Now” was special for Valentine’s Day. He explained how hard it was to break-up with someone that you like a lot but you don’t see a future with and described a humorous fictional situation. “Well yeah, but it’s two weeks before Christmas so I can’t do it then. Then Christmas comes around you realize that it’s New Year’s and you have to wait ‘til after that. Then, next thing you know it’s Valentine’s Day and you can’t do it there either.” He expressed how grateful he was that Carly Pearce asked him to join her on this break-up song and asked the crowd to help him sing her part. 

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“I Drive Your Truck” is based on the true story of a father who lost his son in Afghanistan. Brice dedicated this song to the families of veterans and first responders who lost their lives on the front lines of combat. Lights surrounded the Nashville-native as he performed this heart-wrenching ballad. One member of the audience threw an FDNY shirt onto the stage which was met by cheers when Brice held it up for the lit-up theatre. Brice quickly transitioned to a more feel-good song in “Parking Lot Party” before exiting the stage. 

After greeting fans and signing some autographs, he came back on stage singing his wedding track, “I Don’t Dance.” He announced his band members during his extended version of his most recent number one song, “Rumor” to close the night out. It’s safe to say, this will not be Brice’s last time performing at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury. 

Brice’s tour heads to the west coast next weekend and has international tour dates starting in June. For tickets, head to his website.

To keep up with Lee Brice, follow him on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

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Carly Pearce and Lee Brice Duet on “I Hope You’re Happy Now”

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Carly Pearce, who was nominated for CMA Awards New Artist of the Year after such a successful year with singles “Every Little Thing” and newest release “Closer To You.” As she is putting the final touches on her sophomore album, Pearce released a sneak peek of her new song, “I Hope You’re Happy Now” which features country superstar, Lee Brice, earlier this week.

“I Hope You’re Happy Now” is a honey-soaked, whiskey-drenched track which makes for such a painfully truthful, raw, and real song. Written by Pearce herself alongside Luke Combs, Jonathan Singleton, and Randy Montana, the team wrote a song everyone can relate to.

The newest CMA nominee shared in a press release, “I am so excited to share such a personal part of my story with one of the best male vocalists in our format. Lee has the kind of gruff yet vulnerable quality to his sound that I envisioned for this duet and am grateful he agreed to join me.”

The song starts out with a classic country sound as Pearce and Brice’s vocals quickly fill the airwaves. With the opening lyrics stating, “I said I don’t love you a little too late / But I guess there ain’t ever a right time,” this song is intriguing off the bat. Moving into the chorus, “Well I guess you found what you were looking for / I guess my heart ain’t worth it anymore // I’m a wreck, I’m a mess / And I ain’t got nothing left / So I hope you’re happy now,” it speaks to a situation we have either been in personally or seen someone we know go through.

The two shared a short video on their Instagrams earlier this week for fans to listen to and reading the comments, we can tell people were very excited about this duet. Hearing both great sets of vocals, this song will be one that hits you hard. “It was an absolute pleasure working with Carly on this track,” said Lee. “She has such a beautiful and powerful voice and definitely has a huge career ahead of her.” Take a look at the lyric video below!

Pearce is currently on the road with Jason Aldean’s Ride All Night Tour while Brice is headlining shows across the country up until the Christmas season.

To keep up with Carly Pearce follow along at Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
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“I Hope You’re Happy Now” is available everywhere you buy or stream music this Friday. Take a listen below and check out more new recently released music here on our ‘New Country Music’ playlist. Be sure to give the playlist a follow for your weekly new country music fix.

 

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Lee Brice Lyrics to Use As Instagram Captions

Lee Brice has some of the best songs including “Boy”, “Rumor” and “Parking Lot Party” and we’ve got the perfect lyrics for your Instagram captions when you get to see him live.

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Here are some of our favorites below:

1. “There’s a rumor going ’round about me and you, stirring up our little town the last week or two” – Rumor

2. “If I was a single man, alone and out there on the loose, well I’d be looking for a woman like you” – Woman Like You

3. “I’m a member of a good timing crowd, we get rowdy, we get wild and loud” – Drinking Class

4. “Ain’t never too early, to light one up, fill up your cup” – Parking Lot Party

5. “Each town learned to love and hate us, I’m pretty sure they’re still talking ’bout us” – They Won’t Forget About Us

6. “Everybody’s got somebody, not just anybody, but the one that you can’t help who you love” – You Can’t Help Who You Love

7. “The night ain’t over yet and, man, I hope I get, to have a drink with the locals tonight” – Locals

8. “The best part of me, part of me is you” – The Best Part Of Me

9. “Sometimes for living there ain’t no cure, and tomorrow damn sure ain’t for sure, so what do you say, let’s have a good day” – Have A Good Day

10. Dreaded morning don’t come, and these colors don’t wrong, stay up and stay on American nights” – American Nights

11. “I know you will, ’cause you’re apart of me // And apart of you will always be a boy.” – Boy

12.”I’d do anything with you anywhere, yes, you got me in the palm of your hand, girl.”  – I Don’t Dance

13.”Every bit of you is burning like a tattoo on my soul, I see you even with my eyes closed.” – Eyes Closed

14. “You’re like a Sunday morning, full of grace and full of Jesus.” – Hard To Love

15. “All my dreams came true, my songs took me far away.” – Songs in the Kitchen

 

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The Best Advice We’ve Learned From Country Songs

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We all love a good tailgating song, an empowering break-up anthem or a heartbreaking ballad, but the songs we listen to over and over again are the ones that pull at our heartstrings; those songs that simply teach us life lessons. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of ten times a country song gave us the best advice.

 

1. It is most important to be a good person.

Tim McGraw’s iconic song “Humble And Kind” is the perfect reminder to mind our manners, but more importantly to have empathy for others. It is a straightforward message from one of country music’s greatest artists to be a good person. “Hold the door say please say thank you / Don’t steal, don’t cheat, and don’t lie / I know you got mountains to climb but / Always stay humble and kind.”

 

2. It’s the little things in life that mean the most.

This line is not only a lyric to Zac Brown Band’s hit, “Chicken Fried,” but also great advice. Zac Brown Band reminds us in this song to not sweat the small stuff and to cherish the little things like a “Cold beer on a Friday night / A pair of jeans that fit just right / And the radio up.”

 

3. Your loved ones are always with you, no matter what you believe.

In “The Journey of Your Life,” Jake Owen reminds us to look to whatever we find strength in to get through the ups and downs that life throws at us.“And no matter what dreams you’re chasing / Never get above your raising / And may the simple things be amazing / On the journey of your life” 

 

4. Know your worth.

Earlier this year, Maren Morris delivered a girl power anthem in the most vulnerable way with her song “GIRL.” The title track encouraged women (and men) to value themselves, while still empowering others at the same time. “Girl, don’t you hang your head low / Don’t you lose your halo / Everyone’s gonna be okay.”

 

5. We can always go back home.

Chase Rice honors his North Carolina roots in “Carolina Can,” discussing how when he needs to humble himself and remember his upbringing, he can always go home to the town and people that raised him. We can do the same. It’s awesome to experience life in a new place, but home will always remind us of who we are. “Now that six string dream on a crazy course / Has got my compass losing North / And I need someone to remind me who I am / Oh, Carolina can.”

 

6. Stay in the moment.

We are all guilty of getting too caught up in future plans or reminiscing about the past, that we forget to stay present. The truth is, time goes fast and we’re never promised tomorrow. This is why it is so important to be present and really take in each and every moment, as Trace Adkins tells us in “You’re Gonna Miss This” “You’re gonna miss this / You’re gonna want this back / You’re gonna wish these days hadn’t gone by so fast / These are some good times / So take a good look around.”

 

7. Work hard, play hard.

The ever talented country duo, Brooks & Dunn just remastered some of their most popular hit songs, including “Hard Workin’ Man,” with Brothers Osborne. No matter what version you love, the men keep reminding us that it’s both important to play hard, “Come Friday night, I like to party hard,” but still work hard, “Come Monday mornin’ I’m the first to arrive / I ain’t nothin’ but business from nine till five / I’m a hard, hard workin man.”

 

8. Sometimes you need a drink (or five).

Drinking may not be your vice, but really this piece of advice encourages us to let loose and have some fun, regardless of what that means to us. Sometimes we need a little escape from reality and just need to have a good time. Eric Church reminds us to do just that in “Smoke A Little Smoke.” “Act like tomorrow’s ten years away / And just kick back and let the feelin’ flow / Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke, yeah.”

 

9. Everything gets better, so don’t give up.

There’s a ton of country artists that encourage us to never give up, even during trying times, but Rodney Atkins manages to uplift us like no other in “If You’re Going Through Hell.” “If you’re going through Hell / Keep on going, don’t slow down / If you’re scared don’t show it / You might get out / Before the devil even know you’re there.”

 

10. Love like crazy.

Leave it to Lee Brice to sing one of the most profound and relatable choruses. “Love Like Crazy” reminds us all to love, even when it might be hard. “Be a best friend, tell the truth, and overuse I love you / Go to work, do your best, don’t outsmart your common sense / Never let your prayin’ knees get lazy / And love like crazy.”

 

Bonus: Chase your dreams.

Here at New York Country Swag, we encourage you to go after your dreams, just like some of our favorite artists do each and every day through their music careers and just like we’re doing with NYCS.

We pride ourselves on championing rising artists, such as Mitchell Tenpenny, Brandon Ratcliff, Abby Anderson, and Jimmie Allen, but what they all have in common is they’re chasing their dreams, no matter what the sacrifice.

Take a listen to the complete playlist below, while you crush your goals and follow your dreams, wherever they may lead you.

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Lee Brice Hosts Charity Songwriter Round in Nashville

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Last night in Nashville, Lee Brice held a fundraiser for Women of Country at the Analog at Hutton Hotel. It was a “Lee and the Ladies” kind of night. Brice is hosting a series of three special shows supporting charities that are important to him in partnership with SESAC. The first of the series was a benefit for the military and first responders and last night NYCountry Swag was lucky enough to attend the second event supporting Women of Country.

The country superstar had by his side Maddie & Tae, and songwriters, Liz Rose, and Victoria Shaw. Maddie & Tae played their new single “Friends Don’t”  and their hit “Girl In a Country Song” while Rose had the entire crowd jamming out to her Taylor Swift cuts “Tim McGraw” and “You Belong With Me.”  Shaw, who we saw earlier this year in NYC at Birdland played the smash hit song she wrote for Garth Brooks “The River”.

We can’t forget about Brice in the mix of the outstanding women on stage last night. He sang his beautiful ballad “Boy” and also his upcoming single, “Rumor.” A special guest he brought out was the one and only Neal McCoy. The two started jamming out together to McCoy’s track “They’re Playing Our Song.”

All of the proceeds from the tickets went to the nonprofit organization Thistle Farms. Amy Paige, DJ from the BIG 98 explained their mission is to “heal, empower, and employ so many women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction, it has changed their lives so profoundly.”  Thistle Farms has a store located in Nashville, Tennessee selling handmade natural body & home products. If you’re interested in reading more about Thistle Farms and their mission, you can click here.

Brice’s last event is set for Oct 1, 2018, remembering Route 91 on the one year anniversary of this tragedy.

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Lee Brice Performs His Latest Single “Rumor” on Fox & Friends

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Lee Brice stopped by the Fox & Friends’ New York City stage this morning as part of the network’s All-American Concert Series. While on the show, he performed his latest single, “Rumor,” the follow-up to his Top-20 hit, “Boy.”  Click here to watch his performance from earlier today.

“Rumor, released July 16, was co-written by Brice with country hit-makers Ashley Gorley and Kyle Jacobs. The mid-tempo track tackles a small-town rumor of a big-time romance, in which Brice invites his supposed love interest to turn the rumor into reality.

During his appearance on Fox & Friends, Brice discussed his induction to Pandora’s Billionaire Club, having received over 2 billion career spins on the streaming platform. Watch the interview here. He also opened up about the difference in raising his one-year-old daughter, Trulee, in comparison to his sons, Takoda and Ryker, and how he makes valuable family time while at home. Brice admitted that, while at home, he doesn’t like to work, so he’s installed a studio on his tour bus so he can record and write while on the road.

Brice also chatted about his other hits, including his record-breaking first single, “Love Like Crazy,” which was on the charts for 57 weeks, beating out a record previously held by country legend Eddy Arnold. He also opened up about “I Don’t Dance,” admitting he only dances at the request of his wife, but that he once appeared on stage in the fifth grade, dancing like MC Hammer.

The live audience was in luck, as Brice continued the show after the live broadcast, turning the Fox and Friends’ plaza into a “Parking Lot Party.”  During Brice’s interview, the hosts discussed Brice’s “I Drive Your Truck,” recalling a special moment from 2016 where Brice helped return a truck to the family of a fallen soldier. The moment was so special that the Fox & Friends’ hosts recalled it as “perhaps one of the top five most emotional moments.”

For upcoming tour dates head to www.leebrice.com

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Lee Greenwood to Kick Off Fox and Friends 2018 ‘All American Summer Concert Series’

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Greenwood will pay tribute to veterans all week long including a special performance in New York City for Fox and Friends

 

‘Fox and Friends’ announced its 12th annual All American Summer Concert Series featuring some great country music acts including Lee Greenwood, Thompson Square, Lee Brice, Scotty McCreery and more.

Lee Greenwood, the “God Bless the U.S.A” singer, kicks off the series, and Memorial Day Weekend, with a performance this Friday that will take place on board the flight deck of The Intrepid at Pier 86.

The rest of the concerts will take place on the plaza in front of the News Corp. building. Don’t miss a single summer concert! See the full schedule below.

 

Concert Schedule

MAY 25 – LEE GREENWOOD
JUNE 1 – THOMPSON SQUARE
JUNE 8 – MERCY ME
JUNE 15 – 3 DOORS DOWN
JUNE 22- LYNYRD SKYNYRD
JUNE 29 – TOBYMAC
JULY 6 – PHIL VASSAR
JULY 13 – PHILLIP PHILLIPS
JULY 20 – DEE SNIDER
JULY 27 – TBA
AUG 3 – TBA
AUG 10 – CODY JOHNSON
AUG 17 – SCOTTY MCCREERY
AUG 24 – LEE BRICE
AUG 31 – SCOTT STAPP

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