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"I Saw a Tiger" This is Joe Exotic's first music video, created "to help protect and save tigers from China poaching and tiger farms," according to the song's YouTube description. See the original post on Youtube JoeExoticTV@Youtube

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"Alisa's Memory (Alisa's Butterflies)" This nearly nine-minute song was "inspired by Alisa Finley," the YouTube description reads. The blurb also gives "many thanks to the USZA Animal Miracle Network and John Finlay [one of Joe Exotic's husbands ] for making her dreams come true." See the original post on Youtube JoeExoticTV@Youtube

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"My First Love" This romantic ballad is dedicated to John Finlay, one of Joe's husbands. See the original post on Youtube JoeExoticTV@Youtube

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"Do You Ever Wonder What Love Could Do?" According to the YouTube description, this music video was made to "show that the love between animals no matter their species has the love and bond with their owners." The song's description also includes a notice saying that "the people in this video are either actors or own these animals" and "the footage of the primate, bear and tigers was donated to Joe Exotic for the purpose of this video by the owners of these animals." See the original post on Youtube JoeExoticTV@Youtube

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"Pretty Woman Lover" This biker-themed music video shows Joe Exotic singing about how lucky the ladies are to have him. "I'm a pretty woman lover, I'm an ugly woman's dream. Baby you're lucky to have a man like me," he sings. (Worth noting: Joe is an out and proud gay man.) See the original post on Youtube JoeExoticTV@Youtube

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"The Sun Says" "This was performed by Country Music Artist Joe Exotic in Honor of his father who has been married to his mother for over 50 years and has been by one of the most horrible of all disease's [sic] which is alzheimer's," reads the music video's YouTube description. The song is also "dedicated to anyone in the world hit with this same disease and may you remember your past." See the original post on Youtube JoeExoticTV@Youtube

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"GW and Me" "This song was done in memory of my Brother G.W. The best man I have ever known. Filmed on locations of actual events," the music video's YouTube description reads. (In the docuseries, Joe explains that one of the reasons he opened the G.W. Zoo was for his brother.) See the original post on Youtube JoeExoticTV@Youtube