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Sweet (Single Edit)

Jon Batiste & Pentatonix & Diane Warren

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Sweet (Single Edit)

Diane Warren, Composer, MainArtist - Mario Luccy, Engineer - Jennifer Karr, Background Vocals - Peter Stengaard, Producer - Ed Boyer, Mixer, Engineer - David Russell, Mixer - Pentatonix, MainArtist, VocalArranger - Gloria Kaba, Engineer - Ben Bram, VocalProducer, VocalArranger - Trevor Case, Engineer - Jon Batiste, Organ, Piano, MainArtist, VocalProducer - Ted Trembinski, Engineer - Mathia Mathithiahu Gavriel, Producer, Engineer, Programmer - Henry Reinach, Engineer

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