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What You Don't Do (Maribou State Remix)

Lianne La Havas

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What You Don't Do (Maribou State Remix)
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Ben Castle, Saxophone - Matt Hales, Producer, Keyboards, Programmer, Writer, Bass - Chris Storr, Trumpet - Sylvester Stewart, Writer - Al Shux, Additional Production, Programmer - Dave Bianco, Engineer - Lianne La Havas, Guitar, Vocals, MainArtist - Maribou State, Remixer - Sam Dew, Writer - Joe Visciano, Mixer - Lewis Hopkin, Masterer - Lucky Paul (Paul Taylor), Drums

2015 Warner Music UK Limited, a Warner Music Group Company 2015 Warner Music UK Limited, a Warner Music Group Company

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