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Win Decemberists or Death Cab for Cutie Tickets 

Pick up this week's Source Weekly and look for a chance to win tickets to these shows.

If you haven't picked up a copy of this week's print edition of the Source, would recommend doing so, because you could win some tickets to the upcoming Decemberists or Death Cab for Cutie shows.

All you have to do is scour the paper for a hidden lyrics to each of these bands. Once you find them, listen to 92/9FM tomorrow morning and call in, giving the lyrics you found in the paper for a chance to win a pair of tickets to one of these shows -- both of which feature incredible opening acts.

I can't tell you where exactly you'll find the lyrics, so you'll have to just read the whole paper, I guess. Enjoy!


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