How to convert a namedtuple into a list of values and preserving the order of properties?

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from collections import namedtuple
Gaga = namedtuple('Gaga', ['id', 'subject', 'recipient'])
g = Gaga(id=1, subject="hello", recipient="Janitor")

I want to be able to obtain this list (which preserves the order of the properties):

[1, 'hello', 'Janitor']

I could create this list myself manually but there must be an easier way.
I tried:

g._asdict().values()

but the properties are not in the order I want.

Why not just list?

>>> list(g)
[1, 'hello', 'Janitor']


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