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Face My Fears
January 18, 2019
℗ 2018 (2,4), 2019 (1,3) Epic Records Japan
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Face My Fears (Japanese Version)
January 18, 2019
℗ 2018 (2,4), 2019 (1,3) Epic Records Japan
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