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Album: More Than Words (English Version) - Single

Artist: Frankie J

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2005
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2005 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For More Than Words (English Version) - Single By Artist Frankie J

Title Artist Time
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More Than Words Frankie J 4:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For More Than Words (English Version) - Single By Artist Frankie J

  • EOpinion

    4
    By Edgar Javier
    Perfect song! Could be a little less pop though.
  • AMZING LONLY AND WHAT ELSE CAN YOU SAY BUT FANSTATIC!!!

    5
    By Precious 2
    I luv dis song. It is romantic and he really out did himself here. Dis is one of my favorite songs by him =)
  • nice

    5
    By lisa veronica
    very romantic
  • Good but old for my taste!

    4
    By Souljakid tell'em
    The song is pretty good but it's 2 old for my taste if u ask me.
  • cute song!

    5
    By elizzmc
    Honestly, I think Frankie J did a much better job that Extreme. In Extreme's original song, his voice is echoing and hallow. When Frankie remade this song, his voice is clear and crisp. The lyrics remained the same, talking about love. There are lines such as "Then you wouldn't have to say that you love me yeah Because I'd already know" Frankie's voice is, as always, beautiful, and coupled with adorable lyrics, this song really is a masterpiece. I recommend it to anyone looking for an easy listen, with a subtle beat to it.

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