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|"Times We Had"
|Single by Kid Mac
|from the album No Man's Land
|December 14, 2012
|N. Audino/L. Hughes
"Times We Had" is an alternative song by Kid Mac released on 14 December 2012 from the album No Man's Land.The song, with re-written lyrics, is the theme song of The NRL Footy Show .
An acoustic version of the song was released on Kid Mac's album Acoustic EP.
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