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Album: Party In the U.S.A. - Single

Artist: Miley Cyrus

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Hollywood Records, Inc.

Tracklist For Party In the U.S.A. - Single By Artist Miley Cyrus

Title Artist Time
1
Party In the U.S.A. Miley Cyrus 3:22 USD 1.29

Reviews For Party In the U.S.A. - Single By Artist Miley Cyrus

  • Song’s good

    5
    By jdjsksizushhesnnzn
    Why, why, why did you destroy yourself? You were so beautiful, and now your just nasty. I like your song but you did that a longtime ago, and now your just ruined.😞
  • LOVE IT!!!!!!!

    5
    By K̸l̸a̸
    I LOVE this song! I’m actually trying to make it my ringtone love it!!!!!!!!!
  • Not bad

    5
    By shjrjrhririe
    Of you send hate it’s because your a Karen or hate the classic songs
  • #

    5
    By yodlecloud
    One of my favorites
  • The best song ever

    5
    By Alalsksksjsks
    I think that this song is very entertaining and I would recamend getting it
  • I’m shocked

    5
    By sophia1012
    I use it for dance class
  • HOW-

    5
    By anow glod kawaii
    U HOCKIN HICKS
  • my least fav song of all time

    1
    By Lil Petey 2.0
    i hate this this is worse then her huge "turn"
  • Love this song

    5
    By 👁❤️Volleyball 🏐
    Best song ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Great song

    5
    By Sniperjoe45
    Great song!

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