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I Forgot That You Existed

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I Forgot That You Existed (Originally Performed by Taylor Swift) (Acoustic Guitar Karaoke)
00:02:50

EMI April Music Inc., MusicPublisher - Sony/ATV Tree Publishing Obo Taylor Swift Music, MusicPublisher - Sing2Guitar, MainArtist - Nyangkingmusic, MusicPublisher

2019 Sing2Music Productions Pty Ltd 2019 Sing2Music Productions Pty Ltd

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I Forgot That You Existed (Lower Key) [Originally Performed by Taylor Swift] (Acoustic Guitar Karaoke)
00:02:50

EMI April Music Inc., MusicPublisher - Sony/ATV Tree Publishing Obo Taylor Swift Music, MusicPublisher - Sing2Guitar, MainArtist - Nyangkingmusic, MusicPublisher

2019 Sing2Music Productions Pty Ltd 2019 Sing2Music Productions Pty Ltd

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