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Love Never Felt So Good

Michael Jackson

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Love Never Felt So Good

Michael Jackson

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Michael Jackson, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Main Artist, Producer, Associated Performer, Composer, Lyricist, Producer - Franck van der Heijden, Associated Performer - Arlia De Ruiter, Violin - Paul Anka, Composer, Lyricist, Piano, Producer - Sara Koch, Violin - Vera van der Bie, Violin - Vera Laporeva, Violin - Herman Van Haaren, Violin - Elisabeth Liefkes, Violin - Pauline Terlouw, Violin - David Peijnenburg, Violin - Wim Kok, Violin - Mieke Honingh, Violin - Norman Jansen, Violin - Julia Jowett, Violin - Bastiaan van der Werf, Cello - Annie Tangberg, Cello - Arend Liefkes, Bass - Giorgio Tuinfort, Piano, Producer, Programmer - Kevin Hissink, Guitar - Marcel Schimscheimer, Bass - Jeroen De Rijk, Percussion - Rutger "Rutti" Kroese, Assistant Engineer, Programmer - John McClain, Producer - Paul Power, Recording Engineer - Dave Pensado, Mixing Engineer - Cole Nystrom, Assistant Engineer - Alex Deyoung, Assistant Engineer

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