You've Already Won (Live) (Shane & Shane)
You've Already Won (Live) (Shane & Shane)
You've Already Won (Live)Shane & Shane
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Download the Orchestration for You've Already Won (Live) by Shane & Shane, from the album You've Already Won (Live). This song was arranged by Daniel Galbraith in the key of C, D, Db.
|Album||You've Already Won (Live)|
|Artists||Shane & Shane|
|Authors||Shane Barnard, Bryan Fowler|
|CCLI Song No.||7194845|
|Available Keys||C, D, Db|
|Themes||Warfare, Overcome, Battle|
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