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Jimmie Lee Sloas, Bass - JEFF BALDING, Engineer, RecordingEngineer - Dave Cook, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Andrew Mendelson, Masterer - Bryan Sutton, Acoustic Guitar, Dobro - Scott Johnson, Production - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Digital Editor, AdditionalEngineer - Gordon Mote, Keyboards - Nir Z, Drums, Percussion, Programmer, Digital Editor - Russ Pahl, Pedal Steel Guitar - Charlie Judge, Conductor, String Arranger, Synthesizer - Jeff Juliano, Mixer - Brian David Willis, Digital Editor - Nick Gold, Cello - Austin Atwood, AssistantEngineer - Nicolle Galyon, Writer - Jordan Reynolds, Keyboards, Writer - Dan + Shay, MainArtist - Dan Smyers, Producer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Programmer, Vocals, Writer, Digital Editor, AdditionalEngineer - Shay Mooney, Vocals - Chris Farrell, Viola - Derek Wells, Electric Guitar - Josh Ditty, AssistantEngineer - Jessica Blackwell, Violin - Abby Smyers, Background Vocals - Jimin Lim, Violin

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