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Album: Good Bye My Love - Single

Artist: 柚原樹莉

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

  • Copyright: ℗ 2005 4D.EMOTION

Tracklist For Good Bye My Love - Single By Artist 柚原樹莉

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Reviews For Good Bye My Love - Single By Artist 柚原樹莉

  • Tears...^_^

    5
    By A Single Flower:Blue Wolf n Bird
    Beautiful song, it brings tears to my eyes. JYURI YUZUHARA has a beautiful voice. I love to see more from her (like a full-length album). She's a good talent. I believe that if she continue her singing, she could be as popular as artists like Utada Hikaru (or American pop queens like Madonna)! She also has good english as well,("I SAY GOOD BYE", english words in song). THE MUSIC VIDEO FOR THIS SONG (AS WELL AS, "You Never Know" & "That's What I Want") ARE AVAILABLE ON THIS STORE AS WELL! If like songs with a sad yet beautiful melody with words that will grab your heart, download this. It's beautiful, my biggest favorite (I love her other songs as well).
  • Eh

    2
    By Mechan1cal_an1mal
    It's nice and all, but I prefer things like Ayumi Hamasaki's EVOLUTION. things with more of a speed. Utada used to be my fave, but no so much anymore. All of her songs are slow. I like hikari, but songs like Itoshini No Eli are kinda lame. Slow songs make me fall asleep.
  • ii uta desu ne?

    5
    By amai_usagi
    omg.. thank goodness iTunes finally has some j-pop. i was going crazy requesting songs from Jyuri. BoA, Ayumi Hamasaki. Seems others have also ^-^ cool. ahh...im so happy
  • good pop.

    3
    By Blankity blank
    good, smooth pop. good to chill out to, good for reminiscing and remembering. she has a nice voice and a familiar sound without being a clone. I recommend it!
  • hmm....

    4
    By stellarx88s
    this songs to be OK. shes a pretty good singer but i dont think she'll be my favorite.
  • WHOO! MORE JYURI!

    5
    By The Third Veronica
    I'm so happy iTunes put this up! I downloaded both of Jyuri's songs right away. She has a nice voice. You should totally get her songs.

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