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My Universe (Instrumental)

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Max Martin, Producer, Keyboards, Programmer, Additional Vocals, Writer - John Hanes, Engineer - Serban Ghenea, Mixer - Chris Martin, Keyboards, Vocals, Writer - Coldplay, MainArtist - Guy Berryman, Keyboards, Writer, Bass - Will Champion, Drums, Percussion, Writer - Jonny Buckland, Guitar, Keyboards, Writer - Michael Ilbert, Engineer - Daniel Green, Additional Production - Rik Simpson, Additional Production - Miguel Lara, AssistantEngineer - V, Vocals - Jin, Vocals - Dan Green, Keyboards, Programmer - Oscar Holter, Producer, Guitar, Keyboards, Programmer, Writer - Amber Strother, Additional Vocals - Duncan Fuller, AssistantEngineer - PDOGG, Production Engineer, Vocal Recording Engineer - Suga, Vocals, Writer - Bill Rahko, Producer, Keyboards, Programmer, Additional Vocals, Writer - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Jimin, Vocals - The Dream Team, AdditionalEngineer - Jacob Collier, Additional Vocals - Rm, Vocals, Writer - Tate McDowell, Additional Vocals, AssistantEngineer - BTS, Vocals, MainArtist - Connor Panayi, AssistantEngineer - J-hope, Vocals, Writer - Matt Cooke, AssistantEngineer - Jung Kook, Vocals - Matt Latham, Engineer - Emma Marks, AssistantEngineer

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