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|"Tonight You're Perfect"|
|Single by New Politlcs|
|from the album A Bad Girl in Harlem|
|Genre||Alternative rock, pop rock|
|New Politlcs singles chronology|
"Tonight You're Perfect" is a single by New Politics, from their second album A Bad Girl in Harlem .
|US Adult Top 40||19|
|US Alternative Songs||16|
|US Rock Songs||25|
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