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Dominik Gassner|Dro glauben

Dro glauben

Dominik Gassner

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Dominik Gassner, Composer, Lyricist, Piano, Vocals, Backing Vocals, Background Vocals, MainArtist - Kiko Masbaum, Engineer & Mixer - Ludwig Maier, Masterer - Kurt Stolle, Producer, Drums, Guitar, Piano, Programmer, Bass

Under exclusive license to Warner Music Group Germany Holding GmbH, © 2021 Dominik Gassner Under exclusive license to Warner Music Group Germany Holding GmbH, ℗ 2021 Dominik Gassner

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