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|EP by Charlotte Church|
|Released||19 August 2013|
|Genre||Post-rock, ambient, future garage|
|Charlotte Church chronology|
|Singles from THREE|
THREE is the third extended play by Welsh recording artist Charlotte Church. It is the third in a series of five EPs released by Church. Her third alternative rock material, it was released on 19 August 2013 and is preceded by two singles "I Can Dream" and "Water Tower".
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|3.||"Like a Fool"||5:33|
|5.||"House Upon the Sea"||3:05|
|6.||"I Can Dream"||3:49|
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