Good Girls (From the

Album: Good Girls (From the "Ghostbusters" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Single

Artist: Elle King

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Good Girls (From the "Ghostbusters" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Single By Artist Elle King

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Reviews For Good Girls (From the "Ghostbusters" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) - Single By Artist Elle King

  • Get Jinxed

    1
    By Amanda Lochmann
    Sounds like a puke version of Get Jinxed from the game League Of Leagends
  • good choice

    4
    By Zsadoodle
    sounds like this could be a good song for the ghostbuster movie. Can’t wait to see it!
  • She has her own style and tone❤️❤️❤️

    5
    By Nathansingstheblues
    This song is a 10\10 fiyah
  • Ghostbusters meets Death Proof

    5
    By Troysbucket
    A sexy open-road song that inspires a lead-foot wrapped in a bouncy and catchy package. Love the energy and tone of the song and hope that it translates over to the film!
  • Sounds like

    2
    By hw47
    She may be going to hell w Sony
  • Raspy annoying vocals

    2
    By 098077785557772
    I can't stand listening to her music. She sounds like an angry chihuahua.
  • Great!

    5
    By djma94
    Love it!
  • Bouncy, Catchy, and Full of Energy

    5
    By drssidekick
    Who ya gonna call for a sure hit? Elle King! This song sounds great, and maybe it'll help bring around a new generation of fans for the next Ghostbusters!

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