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Versace On The Floor (Bruno Mars vs. David Guetta)

Bruno Mars, David Guetta

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Versace on the Floor (Bruno Mars vs. David Guetta)

Greg Phillinganes, Keyboards - James Fauntleroy, Backing Vocals, Writer - Giorgio Tuinfort, Producer, Piano, Instrumentation, Programming - Philip Lawrence, Backing Vocals, Writer - Bruno Mars, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Bosko, Talkbox - Charles Moniz, Recorded by - David Guetta, Producer, Writer, Instrumentation, Programming, MainArtist - Daddys Groove, Mixer - Jeroen De Rijk, Percussion - Franck van der Heijden, Orchestra - Paul Power, Additional Recording - Daddy's Groove, Masterer - Pierre-Luc Rioux, Guitar - Jacob Dennis, Engineer - Giorgio Tunifort, Writer - Ben Mathot, Orchestra - David Faber, Orchestra - Diewertje Wanders, Orchestra - Ian de Jong, Orchestra - Judith van Driel, Orchestra - Marleen Wester, Orchestra - Sofie van der Pol, Orchestra - Tseroeja van den Bos, Orchestra - Loes Dooren, Orchestra - Riciotti Ensemble, Orchestra - Shampoo Press & Curl, Producer - Douwe Nauta, Orchestra - Anna Pelser, Orchestra - Annelieke Marselje, Orchestra - Marcel Schimmscheimer, Bass - Marije de Jong, Orchestra - Saskia Peters, Orchestra - Christopher "Brody Brown", Writer

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