|Promotional single by Jenni Vartiainen
|from the album Ihmisten edessä
|3 December 2007
|Warner Music Finland
Jenni Vartiainen (composer),
Jukka Immonen (composer)
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|"Toinen" (Another One)
|Finland (Suomen virallinen lista)
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