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Me and the Rest|Weekend Warriors

Weekend Warriors

Me and the Rest

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Edition Joyride Songs/Sirup Music (SUISA), MusicPublisher - Antonio Schiavano, Composer, Electric Guitar - Jan Moser, Composer, Drums - Me and the Rest, Artist, MainArtist - Jürg Theiler, Composer, Lyricist, Vocals - Edel Murchie, Composer, Bass Guitar - Jürg Götz, Composer, Electric Guitar

2021 RockAvenger, a division of RockAvenger Music, under exclusive license from MATR Records 2021 Solution of Sounds GmbH

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