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Bon Iver, Artist, MainArtist - Justin Vernon, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Brad Cook, Composer, Producer - Jerry Ordoñez, Mixer - Zach Hanson, Mixer - BJ Burton, Composer, Producer, Mixer - Chris Messina, Producer, Mixer - April Base Publishing (ASCAP) Administered by Kobalt Songs Music Publishing, MusicPublisher

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