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Comment te dire adieu
Camille Bertault

Camille Bertault, Main Artist - Jack Gold, Composer, Lyricist - Michael Leonhart, Organ, Percussion, Producer - Serge Gainsbourg, Adapter - Stéphane Guillaume, Flute - Dan Tepfer, Piano - Christophe "Disco" Minck, Bass Guitar - Jeff Ballard, Drums - Daniel Mille, Accordion - François Salque, Cello - Sébastien Gohier, Engineer

(P) 2017 Sony Music Entertainment

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Camille Bertault, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist - Stéphane Guillaume, Bass Clarinet - Dan Tepfer, Piano - Michael Leonhart, Producer - Sébastien Gohier, Engineer

(P) 2017 Sony Music Entertainment

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