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Album: Maybe Don't (feat. JP Saxe) - Single

Artist: Maisie Peters

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: Under exclusive license to Warner Music UK Limited. An Atlantic Records UK release, ℗ 2020 Felion

Tracklist For Maybe Don't (feat. JP Saxe) - Single By Artist Maisie Peters

Title Artist Time
Maybe Don't (feat. JP Saxe) Maisie Peters 2:54 USD 1.29

Reviews For Maybe Don't (feat. JP Saxe) - Single By Artist Maisie Peters

  • Acoustic is better

    By ZaBomB3668
  • Best YouTube recommended EVER!

    By impecunious_melody
    I was on a Maren Morris binge which led me to her duet with JP Saxe on ‘Line by Line.’ I had YouTube on auto play and this adorable catchy song came on and I just couldn’t stop dancing along and ‘AWWW-ing’ at the lyrics. I’ve already spammed my friends with it and they’re loving it as well. I figured after replaying the 1 Hour Loop version on YouTube after 10 times I might as well purchase the song and repeat it ethically. Great job Maisie and JP, this song is a bop!
  • Yassss❤️❤️✌️

    By Gnatalita
    I love this song!!!
  • Wonderful 🌹🌹🌹

    By JennaKl
    Maisie is such a talented legend she is doing so well. This is beautiful

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