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The Futureheads|The No. 1 Song in Heaven / Meet Me Halfway

The No. 1 Song in Heaven / Meet Me Halfway

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The No. 1 Song in Heaven
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The Futureheads, MainArtist - Imagem Music, MusicPublisher - Warner/Chappell North America Limited, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Nul Records (P) 2012 Nul Records

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Meet Me Halfway
00:03:04

The Futureheads, MainArtist - Chrysalis Music Ltd, MusicPublisher - BMG Sapphire Songs, i am composing llc, Tab Magnetic Publishing, BMG Ruby Songs, and The Bad Bad Guys administered by BMG Rights Management (US) LLC. / BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd, MusicPublisher - Frau Pink Music administered by Downtown Music Publishing LLC and sub-administered for the UK and Eire by Kassner Associated Publishers Limited, MusicPublisher - EMI Music Publishing Ltd obo EMI April Music Inc. and Headphone Junkie Publishing (ASCAP), MusicPublisher - EMI Music Publishing Ltd obo Broke Spoke and Gone Publishing (ASCAP);, MusicPublisher - Songs Of Universal, Inc./ Printz Polar Publishing/ Universal/MCA Music Ltd, MusicPublisher

(C) 2012 Nul Records (P) 2012 Nul Records

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