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Jake Owen|Endless Summer EP

Endless Summer EP

Jake Owen

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1
Summer Jam (feat. Florida Georgia Line)
Jake Owen featuring Florida Georgia Line
00:03:40

Brian Kelley, Background Vocal - Brian Kelley, Composer - Brian Kelley, Lyricist - Charles Judge, Synthesizer - Craig Wiseman, Composer - Craig Wiseman, Lyricist - Ilya Toshinsky, Electric Guitar - Jake Owen featuring Florida Georgia Line, Performer - Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - Joey Moi, Background Vocal - Joey Moi, Co-Producer - Matt Mahaffey, Background Vocal - Rodney Clawson, Background Vocal - Rodney Clawson, Co-Producer - Tyler Hubbard, Background Vocal - Tyler Hubbard, Composer - Tyler Hubbard, Lyricist

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Pass A Beer
Jake Owen
00:03:40

Ben Daniel, Composer - Ben Daniel, Lyricist - Brandon Kinney, Composer - Brandon Kinney, Lyricist - Casey Beathard, Composer - Casey Beathard, Lyricist - Ilya Toshinsky, Electric Guitar - Jake Owen, Performer - Joey Moi, Co-Producer - Joey Moi, Programmer - Rodney Clawson, Co-Producer - Scott Cooke, Bass

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Steal My Kisses
Jake Owen
00:03:03

Ben Harper, Composer - Ben Harper, Lyricist - Charles Judge, Organ - Ilya Toshinsky, Electric Guitar - Jake Owen, Performer - Joey Moi, Background Vocal - Joey Moi, Co-Producer - Robby Emerson, Background Vocal - Rodney Clawson, Co-Producer

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Surefire Feeling
Jake Owen
00:03:34

Charles Judge, Organ - Ilya Toshinsky, Electric Guitar - Jake Owen, Performer - Joey Moi, Co-Producer - Joey Moi, Guitar - Matt McGinn, Composer - Matt McGinn, Lyricist - Perry Coleman, Background Vocal - Rodney Clawson, Co-Producer - Ryan Hurd, Composer - Ryan Hurd, Lyricist - Scott Cooke, Bass - Steve Moakler, Composer - Steve Moakler, Lyricist

(P) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

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