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Bed In|Otoko wa Aitsu Dakejanai

Otoko wa Aitsu Dakejanai

Bed In

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Bed In

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男はアイツだけじゃない
00:03:57

Bed In, Primary - Mai Chusonji, Composer

2017 King Record Co., Ltd. / ART POP under license to JPU Records Ltd. / Space Shower Network 2017 King Record Co., Ltd. / ART POP under license to JPU Records Ltd. / Space Shower Network

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Gekijou no Koi
00:04:39

Bed In, Primary - Kaori Masukoji, Composer

2017 King Record Co., Ltd. / ART POP under license to JPU Records Ltd. / Space Shower Network 2017 King Record Co., Ltd. / ART POP under license to JPU Records Ltd. / Space Shower Network

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Otoko wa Aitsu Dakejanai (Off Vocal)
00:03:57

Bed In, Primary - Mai Chusonji, Composer

2017 King Record Co., Ltd. / ART POP under license to JPU Records Ltd. / Space Shower Network 2017 King Record Co., Ltd. / ART POP under license to JPU Records Ltd. / Space Shower Network

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Gekijou no Koi (Off Vocal)
00:04:39

Bed In, Primary - Kaori Masukoji, Composer

2017 King Record Co., Ltd. / ART POP under license to JPU Records Ltd. / Space Shower Network 2017 King Record Co., Ltd. / ART POP under license to JPU Records Ltd. / Space Shower Network

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