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Album: Lose You to Love Me (Demo Version) - Single

Artist: Selena Gomez

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2020 Interscope Records

Tracklist For Lose You to Love Me (Demo Version) - Single By Artist Selena Gomez

Title Artist Time
Lose You to Love Me Selena Gomez 3:39 USD 1.29

Reviews For Lose You to Love Me (Demo Version) - Single By Artist Selena Gomez

  • Beautiful

    By MommaBran30
    We’ve all been there! Music and time heals. ❤️
  • Beautiful song…

    By jjwright73
    …and beautiful voice.
  • Great

    By Justdanielonline
    I’m just here to read negative comments, and laugh what I’m about to read!
  • 🥺 love you already Selena 🥺

    By Awkward Hershey Kiss 👍👍
    This song is so amazing. No exclamation marks for it this time. I love you Selena you make my day and that’s everyday. Keep up sharing songs and I will continue finding movies and songs to watch of you. You influence most of us, thank you.
  • I love Selena Gomez ❤️

    By zunaira123
    Selena is my favorite singer and I love this album you should buy this
  • Jessica

    By whoa yasss
    AMAZING I LOVE IT! To Love love love you to love love you it’s now stuck in my head it’s the best song I ever heard in my life!
  • not again

    By adrianasmusicreview
    The Bieber fever is definitely real
  • Terrible

    By MayaJames43
    I would give it a zero if I could
  • Love love love this

    By jennss13
  • Amazing!

    By Cody123456789090
    These vocals are everything. I absolutely loved this version. Love you Selena

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