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Teddy Swims - Broke
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Julian Bunetta, Producer, Guitar, Writer, Recorded by - Nathan Dantzler, Masterer - John Hanes, Mixing Engineer - Serban Ghenea, Mixer - Tony Royster, Jr., Drums - Andrew Haas, Bass - Kendrick Nicholls, Writer - Sherwyn Nicholls, Writer - Alex Dobbert, Assistant Masterer - Jaten Collin Dimsdale, Vocals, Writer, Background Vocals - Teddy Swims, MainArtist - Adonijah Cartwright, Guitar - Hallie Melton, Assistant Masterer - Augie Bello, Horn - Two Fresh Beats, Producer
© 2020 SWIMS Int. ℗ 2020 SWIMS Int.
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