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Album: If You're Over Me (feat. Key) [Remix] - Single

Artist: Years & Years

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

  • Copyright: A Polydor Records release; ℗ 2018 Universal Music Operations Limited

Tracklist For If You're Over Me (feat. Key) [Remix] - Single By Artist Years & Years

Title Artist Time
If You're Over Me (feat. Key) Years & Years 3:07 USD 1.29

Reviews For If You're Over Me (feat. Key) [Remix] - Single By Artist Years & Years

  • ❤️

    By candace8itall
    Absolutely love this collab. Hope we can see many more!!!
  • Love this remix!!

    By Avril 103847
    Good job!! And love love love Keyyyy 😍

  • Great Collab!

    By GoMiNam92
    The song is a bop! Key's voice goes really well with the song. The Korean and English lyrics also mixed well. Amazing collab! 10/10!
  • Proud of Key

    By zara-zezo
    Legends Thank you for collaboration it’s awesome Key’s voice is unique I’m looking forward to more
  • Keeeeeeeeyyyyyyy

    By Tao944
    Kim Kibum! That’s all you need to know! Alright, a little about the song, this bop is a must have on your summer playlist!

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