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Engineer: Bruce Botnick
Vocals: Jim Morrison
Drums: John Densmore
Producer: Paul A. Rothchild
Keyboards: Ray Manzarek
Bass: Ray Neopolitan
Guitar: Robby Krieger
Writer: Jim Morrison
Writer: Robby Krieger
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