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The Tokens - The Lion Sleeps Tonight
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Jay Newland, Re-Mastering Engineer - George David Weiss, Lyricist - George David Weiss, Arranger - George David Weiss, Composer - Stanton, Composer - Stanton, Lyricist - Hugo Peretti, Composer - Hugo Peretti, Lyricist - Hugo & Luigi, Producer - Sammy Lowe, Conductor - Sammy Lowe, Arranger - The Tokens, Performer - Bill Lacey, Re-Mastering Engineer - Luigi Creatore, Composer - Luigi Creatore, Lyricist - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer
(P) Originally Recorded 1961. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
Jay Newland, Re-Mastering Engineer - Hugo & Luigi, Producer - Sammy Lowe, Conductor - Hank Medress, Arranger - Phil Margo, Arranger - J. Siegel, Arranger - The Tokens, Performer - Bill Lacey, Re-Mastering Engineer - Traditional, Composer - Traditional, Lyricist - Mitch Margo, Arranger - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer
(P) Released prior to 1972. All rights reserved by BMG Music
Margo, Composer - Margo, Lyricist - Jay Newland, Re-Mastering Engineer - Ralph Siegel, Composer - Ralph Siegel, Lyricist - Hugo & Luigi, Producer - Medress, Lyricist - Medress, Composer - Margoo, Composer - Margoo, Lyricist - Howard, Composer - Howard, Lyricist - The Tokens, Vocal - Bill Lacey, Re-Mastering Engineer - Hockaday, Composer - Hockaday, Lyricist - Alan Lorber, Performer - Dennis Ferrante, Re-Mastering Engineer
Originally Recorded 1963. All rights reserved by BMG Music
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- Total length: 00:07:05
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