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Kat Edmonson, Composer - Kat Edmonson, Producer - Kat Edmonson, Vocal - Kevin Lovejoy, Composer - Kevin Lovejoy, Keyboards - Larry Goldings, Organ - Chris Lovejoy, Vibraphone - Danton Boller, Producer - Danton Boller, Vibraphone - Al Schmitt, Producer

(P) 2012 Kat Edmonson LLC, under exclusive license to Sony Music Entertainment

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