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Daft Punk feat. Pharrell & Nile Rodgers - Get Luck

This is a radio edit release, so it could be different from the future version to be released.
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@kristenadams i know!! can't wait for their album to come out...
they have the best chill songs eva, and pharrell only makes it better <3
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