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Cabin Fever Playlist

A Little Love And Lots Of Music To Break Your Cabin Fever

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Melissa Block and Robert Siegel present some listener song selections from our Cabin Fever Playlist. It's not just dancey. It's about love, too.

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Going To College May Cost You, But So Will Skipping It

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You've Got to S-M-I-L-E (To Be H-A Double P-Y) Shirley Temple
Os Grilos (The Crickets Sing for Anamaria) Walter Wanderley

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Economist Says Best Climate Fix A Tough Sell, But Worth It

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Slap Happy Duke Ellington
Battles Barbarossa

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Iran's President Marks Revolution With Call For Negotiations

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Hashshashin Lumerians
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From the Rooftops The Funk Ark

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Singing To The Strength Of New Orleans

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End Of The Line Alynda Lee Segarra
Chisa Abdullah Ibrahim
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Nonprofits Pull In Investors To Tackle Housing Affordability

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Fumando Captain Planet
Nica's Dream Wes Montgomery

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Straw Buyers Exchange Vermont Guns For East Coast Drugs

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Ancient Sea Elephant Revival
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Su-Bo's Mental Meltdown Portico Quartet
Lullaby for Lagos Whitefield Brothers & Quantic

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Pay Cuts, End Of Tenure Put North Carolina Teachers On Edge

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Brighter Than the Sun Colbie Caillat
Flashdance Deep Dish