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Good Good Lovin

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Sugar Ray, MainArtist - Dean Butterworth, Drums, Percussion, Programmer, Backing Vocals - dave collins, Engineer - Mark McGrath, Composer, Percussion, Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar - Rodney Sheppard, Composer, Backing Vocals, Lead Guitar - Michael Lloyd, Producer, Engineer - Bob Kearney, Engineer - Harry Fraud, Composer, Producer - Kristian Attard, Backing Vocals, Bass

2019 MARO, Inc. under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (US) LLC 2019 MARO, Inc. under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

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