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Album: That's What I Want - Single

Artist: 柚原樹莉

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 4D.EMOTION

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Reviews For That's What I Want - Single By Artist 柚原樹莉

  • Wow....

    By SasimayCat
    I was just typing in random stuff to search for when I saw this. Who knew looking for random stuff on iTunes could make me find my new favorite japanese singer EVER!!!!!!
  • IT MUST BE FATE...^_^

    By A Single Flower:Blue Wolf n Bird
    JYURI YUZUHARA never ceases to amaze me with her voice (It's Beautiful). She really is a amazing singer that could go a long way if she cotinue her work. This song is another awesome song. It also has a few english words (listen closely, and you'll hear them). The music video for this song is also in this store (and it fit perfectly with this song!) You can also get her two other music videos on iTunes ("Good Bye My Love" & "You Neve Know"). One thing is for sure is that it must be fate that iTunes fund this singer because she really has talent, and could go a long way (if see keep this up). If you like love songs or anything about fate, you should check this out (It's really beautiful).
  • it's pretty good lol

    By liyf1
    It's a good song i think...( lol ) She has a great voice, and it's kinda soft and different... Keep going Jyuri ~! ^.^
  • Beautiful

    By Lizzy_in_the_house
    I've got to say, this is a trully beautiful song. I have been a fan of j-pop since for ever but this song is trully amazing. She has a wonderful voice and I recomend this song to j-pop lovers!
  • great song but...

    By mkg328
    its definitly a great song, even though i dont listen to it much anymore ,(lol), but why isnt she making more songs for the people who atleast buy and listen her songs? =( , i always look every month for a new song she has made, (i got my ipod at the same time she made her 1st single), and the beta thingy with suggestions suggested her single. ever sense that day and even before i have relied on it.yeah sure, i dont understand the lyrics to Japanese songs(though i hope to), but i still like it, they have good rythem,beat,etc. i know alot of people likely disagree with me but i dont care, either way, my point is , in my opinion all her songs are great and Jyuri Yuzuhara has no reason to quit making songs and puting them on itunes, thank you.

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