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Emile Haynie, AssociatedPerformer - Greg Kurstin, Composer, Producer, Engineer, AssociatedPerformer - Tom Coyne, Engineer - Tom Elmhirst, Mixer, AssociatedPerformer - Adele, MainArtist - Adele Adkins, AssociatedPerformer, ComposerLyricist - Liam Nolan, Engineer - Joe Visciano, Engineer - alex pasco, Engineer - Kurstin Music (ASCAP) EMI April Music, Inc., MusicPublisher - Julian Burg, Engineer - Harry Fox Agency, MusicPublisher - Randy Merrill, Engineer - Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (BMI), MusicPublisher - CMRRA, MusicPublisher

2015 XL Recordings Ltd 2015 XL Recordings Ltd

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