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What is the name of the song heard in the new Laguna Beach commercial?


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2006-08-17 15:28:58
2006-08-17 15:28:58

If you are referring to the same commercial that I saw, the song is called 'Babysitter' by Morningwood. it is called number 1 by Goldfrapp

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