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|Single by The Underdog Project|
|from the album It Doesn't Matter|
|Released||6 November 2000|
|Genre||Freestyle, 2-step (OMO Remix)|
|Songwriter(s)||Toni Cottura, Stephan Browarczyk, Shahin Moshirian, Christoph Brüx, N.C. Thanh, Vick Krishna, Craig Smart|
|The Underdog Project singles chronology|
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