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  3. 2: Sleeping To Dream Producer – Andrew Williams (8), Peter Stuart Written-By – Jason Mraz, Peter Stuart: 3: Little You And I Producer – Peter Stuart Written-By – Jason Mraz: 4: The Right Kind Producer – Peter Stuart Written-By – Jason Mraz: 5: Bright Eyes Producer – Peter Stuart Written-By – Jason Mraz: 6.
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  5. The discography of Jason Mraz, an American singer, consists of seven studio albums, five live albums, one compilation album, one video album, fourteen extended plays, twenty-seven singles (including six as a featured artist), eight promotional singles and thirteen music inoutacrewowti.lasdunivemedpazakhrowsvalarrosaf.co various independent releases, Mraz signed to Elektra Records and released his debut studio album, Waiting for My Compilation albums: 1.
  6. Jason Thomas Mraz, born June 23, , released his debut album, Waiting for My Rocket to Come, which contained the hit single “The Remedy (I Won’t Worry)”, in , but it was not.
  7. View Jason Mraz song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. We have 10 albums and song lyrics in our database.
  8. In case you didn't catch the pun in the title of Jason Mraz's sophomore album, Mr. A-Z, the perpetually sophomoric singer/songwriter repeats it in the chorus of "Wordplay," the first single from this follow-up to his hit debut, Waiting for My Rocket to inoutacrewowti.lasdunivemedpazakhrowsvalarrosaf.co's a play on his last name, which is appropriate, because Jason Mraz is primarily concerned with two things: himself and sex.

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