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If I Could Ask (Feat: Anthony Skinner) ONE WORSHIP

On iTunes: https://goo.gl/ljZK4J “If I Could Ask” is a brand new worship song on ONE WORSHIP’S first album release of the same name (ONE//WORSHIP). The song was written by Anthony Skinner, Jess Cates and Jason Ingram, and features Anthony Skinner on lead vocals.

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