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Album: Glitter In the Air - Single

Artist: P!nk

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 LaFace Records, a unit of Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Glitter In the Air - Single By Artist P!nk

Title Artist Time
Glitter In the Air P!nk 3:46 USD 1.29
Glitter In the Air P!nk 5:15 USD 1.29

Reviews For Glitter In the Air - Single By Artist P!nk

  • Possibly one of the most uplifting songs ever written

    By Nevershaken_92
    P!nk knows what she does and she doesn't fake it. This is absolutely beautiful and mellow and sweet and sad all at the same time, and no other voice could carry it through so well. I listen to this song every night before I go to sleep, and it always makes the days seem good. Brava, Alecia Moore--you've done a wonderful job!
  • Glitter In The Air

    By ElysiaLibby
    Quite possibly the best song Pink has ever written from quite probably her most accomplished album. A singer/songwriter who is always growing and just gets better and better. What an amazing talent. I think Pink is one of the few musicians of this era that will stand the test of time.
  • LOVE IT!!

    By Dianna22
    love her voice!!! she is sooo amazzzzing!!!
  • Pink

    By sjdlmt
    Pink is the best singer in the world! Pink is not afraid to sing a song to truth even to the President. We need more people who are not afraid to stand up for what is right! Pink is talented and has endured hardships and came out a winner! We are for you PINK! Keep the songs coming. Love to you PINK
  • Glitter in the air

    By Harleyfun
    Absolutely love this song! She's done a fabulous job!
  • Wow

    By magically musical
    I love this song! It has a great message and it's also catchy. P!nk has put great emotion into this song, and personally I believe it's one of her best.
  • love it!!!!?

    By tonya95
    ya i love this song, but why is it being relesed as a completly diferent single its on her funhouse cd and isnt the live version on her deluxe version?
  • excellent!

    By La Musiqe
    This was one of my favorite songs from Funhouse (next to Ave Mary A and So What). It's great to see it performed live again.
  • I feel it

    By VNRN
    i saw this live. on the Grammy's and now here,..everytime, i feel it !!!! Dont know why this late..but who cares!!?? She is a professional, and perfectionist. When I watch the video, I'm there!!!! That's all I know
  • P!nk glitter

    By dragon1195
    Saw her perform this live! She is absolutely awesome! No one else comes close to her talent! You go girlfriend:)

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