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1
The Gambler
00:04:16

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

2
One Night Stand
00:04:03

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

3
Embrace the Fire
00:04:14

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

4
Thou Shall Be Drunk
00:04:34

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

5
Join the Club
00:03:52

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

6
Hell Mariachi (A Mexican Interlude)
00:05:28

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

7
Live Fast and Die Young
00:04:15

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

8
It's All About Speed
00:03:26

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

9
We Don't Call 911
00:05:03

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

10
I Feel Alright
00:04:59

One Last Shot, Performer - Florent Bousquet, Composer - Julien Bousquet, Lyricist - Benoît Dinocourt, Composer - Camille Wehrlin, Composer - Sébastien Przybyl, Composer

2017 One Last Shot 2017 One Last Shot

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