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Whenever I Call You "Friend" (feat. Phillip Sweet)

Sara Evans

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Whenever I Call You "Friend" (feat. Phillip Sweet)
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Melissa Manchester, Composer - Phillip Sweet, FeaturedArtist - KENNY LOGGINS, Composer - Sara Evans, Producer, MainArtist - Jarrad K, Producer

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