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Speechless (Originally Performed by Dan + Shay)

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Speechless (Originally Performed by Dan + Shay) (Piano Karaoke Version)
00:03:20

Sing2Piano, MainArtist - Sony/ATV Songs LLC OBO Crow's Tree Publishing, MusicPublisher - Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. OBO Shay Mooney Music, MusicPublisher - WB Music Corp. OBO Beats And Banjos, MusicPublisher - WB Music Corp. OBO Jreynmusic, MusicPublisher - WB Music Corp. OBO Buckeye26, MusicPublisher

2020 Sing2Music Productions Pty Ltd 2020 Sing2Music Productions Pty Ltd

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Speechless (Higher Key) [Originally Performed by Dan + Shay] (Piano Karaoke Version)
00:03:20

Sing2Piano, MainArtist - Sony/ATV Songs LLC OBO Crow's Tree Publishing, MusicPublisher - Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. OBO Shay Mooney Music, MusicPublisher - WB Music Corp. OBO Beats And Banjos, MusicPublisher - WB Music Corp. OBO Jreynmusic, MusicPublisher - WB Music Corp. OBO Buckeye26, MusicPublisher

2020 Sing2Music Productions Pty Ltd 2020 Sing2Music Productions Pty Ltd

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