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Steven & Coconuttreez, Arranger, Artist, MainArtist - Steven Nugraha Kaligis, Author - 267 Records / Musikindo, OriginalPublisher - Moh. Rival Himran, Composer

2019 267 Records / Musikindo 2019 267 Records / Musikindo

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