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Someone Tonight

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Butch Walker, Composer, Producer, Engineer, Bass Guitar, Programmer - John Sinclair, Engineer - Kevin Griffin, Composer, MainArtist - Pete Lyman, Engineer - Todd Stopera, Engineer - Kristen Rogers, Background Vocals - Mark Stepro, Drums - Andrew Petroff, Composer

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