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Album: This is to Mother You (feat. Martha B) - Single

Artist: Sinéad O'Connor & Mary J. Blige

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2009 Warner Chappell Music

Tracklist For This is to Mother You (feat. Martha B) - Single By Artist Sinéad O'Connor & Mary J. Blige

Title Artist Time
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This Is to Mother You Sinéad O'Connor & Mary J. Blige 2:55 USD 0.99

Reviews For This is to Mother You (feat. Martha B) - Single By Artist Sinéad O'Connor & Mary J. Blige

  • Gospel Oak revisited...

    5
    By $ean John
    Listening to this years ago meant a lot to me...it told me that everything will be OK. I'm glad that this song has been resurrected to help girls who are exploited by a**sholes (sorry, it's hard to find a euphemism for people who don't have respect for other human beings.) The only thing is that I wanted more than 2:55 minutes :)
  • Beautiful song for Excellent Cause

    5
    By JBigz123
    If you do not know the work of Rachel and her organization GEMS, buy this single then get on over to gems-girls.org. They do incredible work helping the women and girls who are exploited by the commercial sex trade nere in the United States.
  • This song

    5
    By browneyedgirl348
    Gives me chills everytime I hear it!
  • I Am a Fan

    5
    By Ashavere
    I heard the original version of this song years ago and just loved it, this version is amazing as well, it's great that it's for such a good cause.

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