6 rows where song_id = "10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947"

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Suggested facets: jumps, beats, type, difficulty

id ▼ song_id steps jumps beats type difficulty meter
10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947-beginner-1 Visible Noise 10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947 61 1 228 dance-single: beginner 1
10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947-challenge-10 Visible Noise 10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947 212 12 232 dance-double: challenge 10
10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947-easy-3 Visible Noise 10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947 56 0 232 dance-double: easy 3
10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947-easy-4 Visible Noise 10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947 187 12 232 dance-single: easy 4
10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947-hard-9 Visible Noise 10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947 220 15 232 dance-double: hard 9
10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947-medium-6 Visible Noise 10fcf6dfafd7a62ed40d3bb3d66dd947 135 8 232 dance-double: medium 6

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CREATE TABLE [charts] (
   [song_id] TEXT REFERENCES [songs]([id]),
   [steps] INTEGER,
   [jumps] INTEGER,
   [beats] INTEGER,
   [type] TEXT,
   [difficulty] TEXT,
   [meter] INTEGER,
   [id] TEXT PRIMARY KEY
);