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Crying at the Discotheque

Sophie Ellis-Bextor

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Crying at the Discotheque
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Anders Hansson, Composer - Anders Wollbeck, Composer - Alexander Bard, Composer - NILE RODGERS, Composer - BERNARD EDWARDS, Composer - Sophie Ellis-Bextor, MainArtist - Michael Goulos, Composer - The Alias, Producer - Universal Music Publishing MGB Limited, Warner Chappell North America Limited, Sony/ATV Music Publishing (UK) Limited, Universal/MCA Music Limited, MusicPublisher

(C) 2020 Douglas Valentine Limited under exclusive licence to Cooking Vinyl Limited (P) 2020 Douglas Valentine Limited under exclusive licence to Cooking Vinyl Limited

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