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Troy Lancaster, Electric Guitar - Blake Shelton, Lead Vocals, MainArtist - Paul Franklin, Pedal Steel Guitar - Andrew Mendelson, MasteringEngineer - Bryan Sutton, Acoustic Guitar - JUstin Niebank, Audio Recording Engineer, MixingEngineer - Scott Johnson, Assistant Production - Drew Bollman, AssistantEngineer - Glenn Worf, Bass Guitar - SCOTT HENDRICKS, Producer, Digital Editor, AdditionalEngineer - Gordon Mote, Piano, Synthesizer - Rob McNelley, Electric Guitar - Perry Coleman, Backing Vocals - Brian David Willis, Digital Editor - Joe Fox, Writer - Josh Ditty, AssistantEngineer - Andrew Peebles, Writer - Brett Sheroky, Writer - Nir Z., Percussion, Programmer

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