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Album: Dreams (feat. Lanie Gardner) - Single

Artist: David Guetta & MORTEN

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: Licence exclusive Warner Music France, Label Parlophone, ℗ 2020 What A DJ Ltd

Tracklist For Dreams (feat. Lanie Gardner) - Single By Artist David Guetta & MORTEN

Title Artist Time
1
Dreams (feat. Lanie Gardner) David Guetta & MORTEN 3:24 USD 1.29
2
Dreams (feat. Lanie Gardner) [ David Guetta & MORTEN 5:03 USD 1.29

Reviews For Dreams (feat. Lanie Gardner) - Single By Artist David Guetta & MORTEN

  • A cappella Lanie

    1
    By Bauchaahi
    Millions of people want to here Lanie’s voice only!
  • Techno version ruined song.

    1
    By kwcpmc
    I was wanting to buy the version from her video. Ken
  • Your AMAZING

    5
    By GemTwist#1
    Your voice is the bomb. I LOVE your sounds. Keep it up girly 🙂
  • Let Down

    2
    By divermsk
    This is what happens when someone else tries to change who you really are. Please fire them and sing your own songs. Looking for a new manager?
  • NO TECHNO CRAP!!!

    1
    By bigbearjen
    Why would you do this?!!! Play the version without your stupid techno crap! Lainie’s voice is way to beautiful and rich for you to make it sound like something so trashy! 😠
  • Why????

    2
    By MzMoran
    Please make a version just like the one on your FB video! All that techno distracts from your beautiful voice!
  • Absolutely awesome!

    5
    By Fps7657-
    Lanie Gardner is absolutely a great singer and should be on every radio station out there!
  • Laine Gardner

    5
    By really? Every NN is taken?
    Would have bought this if it didn’t have the techno. The only reason I gave it a five was because of Laine. We need the rendition of Laine singing, like the one from Facebook.
  • Nice voice. Horrible techno rendition.

    1
    By BLB
    Whoever produced this crap should be banned from ever touching any music again.
  • WHY?

    1
    By Kakaina St
    Why did they Completely Ruin Her Awesome Voice Singing this Song? I would definitely buy it without the Crappy Tech.

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