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Baby Girl

Joe Pesci

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Baby Girl

Joe Pesci, Vocals, MainArtist - Phil Ramone, Engineer - Mike Shapiro, Additional Percussion - Bob Crewe, Composer - Bob Gaudio, Composer, Producer - Debi Selby, Additional Vocals - Lawrence Manchester, Engineer - Geoff Gillette, Engineer, Masterer - ADAM LEVINE, Vocals - Arturo Sandoval, Percussion, Solo Trumpet, Solo Vocals - Ryan Sutton, Mixer - Tobias Eichelberg, Engineer, Masterer - Ralf Kemper, Producer, Engineer, Masterer - Veith Semrau, Engineer, Masterer - Debra Clements, Additional Vocals - Jaime Paul, Additional Vocals

2019 222 Records under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (US) LLC 2019 222 Records under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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