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Dusty Please Win, a parody of the song Dust in the Wind, is now available to download for $1 and benefits the Reds Community Fund.

Local comedian Josh Sneed and pop star Nick Lachey recorded the song in the off season.

The chorus goes: Dusty, please win. All we want is Dusty to win.

The download is available at http://www.CincyShirts.com/Dusty.

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