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Album: Worst of You - Single

Artist: Maisie Peters

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2018
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2018 an Atlantic Records UK release. (p) and © 2018 Felion Limited under exclusive license to W

Tracklist For Worst of You - Single By Artist Maisie Peters

Title Artist Time
Worst of You Maisie Peters 3:17 USD 1.29

Reviews For Worst of You - Single By Artist Maisie Peters

  • Emotional

    By LullabySky
    This songs represents a lot of us broken hearted people, even the ones that weren’t in a romantic relationship
  • prettyyy

    By Slushyswift
    this song is so sad but true
  • LOVE IT 💕💕

    By CrispySister
  • Review

    By GLPhillips
    Literally in love with the song!
  • Bad message

    By Caitlin W.
    This song is a bop, but I really hate the message.
  • Such a BOP

    By AliTurtle
    My favorite song for summer 2018!!!
  • I was so Heartbroken..

    By anaisabell
    This song’s lyrics is what happened to me, and I immediately listened to it, and my heart broke and tears rolled down my cheeks, and I cried so much. This song saved me from breaking even more... The lyrics were exactly what happened one day, and it made me realize that not all people are who you think they are, because they’ll end up breaking you, and your heart..
  • ❤️

    By Susan C. R
    This song is amazing I love it

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