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I Never (feat. Dan Sultan) [Strings Version]

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I Never (feat. Dan Sultan) [Strings Version]

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I Never (feat. Dan Sultan) (Strings Version) 00:04:08

Daniel Merriweather, Composer - Steve Smart, Engineer - Ross Irwin, Producer, Arranger, Tambourine, Trumpet - Dan Sultan, FeaturedArtist - The Bamboos, MainArtist - Kylie Auldist, Vocals - Lance Ferguson, Composer, Producer, Engineer, Guitar - Anton Delecca, Flute, Tenor Saxophone - Phil Noy, Baritone Saxophone - Yuri Pavlinov, Bass - Terry Hart, Engineer - John Castle, Producer, Engineer - Blair Harris, Cello - Aaron Barnden, Violin - Daniel Mougerman, Piano - Luke Saunders, Organ - Ben Hanlon, Double Bass - Graeme Pogson, Drums - Ioana Tache, Violin - Ceridwan Davies, Viola

2019 Pacific Theatre under exclusive license to BMG (Australia) Rights Management Pty Ltd 2019 The Bamboos under exclusive licence to BMG Rights Management (Australia) Pty Ltd.

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