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Album: I Don't Care (Acoustic) - Single

Artist: Ed Sheeran

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2019
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2019 An Asylum Records UK release, a division of Atlantic Records UK; ℗ 2019 Warner Music UK L

Tracklist For I Don't Care (Acoustic) - Single By Artist Ed Sheeran

Title Artist Time
I Don't Care (Acoustic) Ed Sheeran 3:58 USD 1.29

Reviews For I Don't Care (Acoustic) - Single By Artist Ed Sheeran

  • I thought

    By MyRaLlAh LoPeZ
    I thought it was going to be free because it’s got an alarm!!!!😳
  • Better

    By i dont know cant find a name
    Better then Justin bieber singing start doing this more
  • Excellent

    By TJ Redbird
    The old Ed has returned with one of his best to sing
  • Back to Ed

    By Slinky#11
    I thought the song was weird for Ed when he did it with Justin, but this is soo good!!! Feels just like Ed
  • 👏🏻👏🏻

    By crystalvisions9
    So much better than listening to Justin Bieber’s absolutely dreadful vocals!
  • Love this!

    By Stephiegirl7
    There is nothing better than Ed acoustic! This is the Ed I fell in love with! Best version.
  • I love this

    By Some dude who likes Enka
    I also love Ed
  • Love this version ❤️

    By music4lifexx
    This makes the song so much better. Really beautiful.
  • Love

    By ed sheeran 110
    Love it
  • L O V E

    By B L O N D I E
    Adore the acoustic sound. Ed is amazing!

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