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Music Video: Like I'm Gonna Lose You (feat. John Legend)

Artisit: Meghan Trainor

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:47

  • Copyright: Meghan Trainor

Music Video For Like I'm Gonna Lose You (feat. John Legend) By Artist Meghan Trainor

Reviews For Like I'm Gonna Lose You (feat. John Legend) By Artist Meghan Trainor

  • Emotional Tears like Raindrops

    5
    By taaheetea2k
    I really love this music video, it's the best out of all of Megan's videos. The way she brings in all the ages of individuals, male and female helps the listener/viewer really relate. Megans voice is very silky and her emotions come through the song and the video. I've cried several times watching this one. I listened to her backstory on why she wrote this and what meaning she wanted to convey to her fans. She did it well. What is really cool about this one is the setting this song takes place. The warehouse feel with all the windows and candles luminating the raindrops on the glass and seeing her reflections with the man on the other side! It was very creative. The symbolism of the rain and tear drops and then the storm clearing is what we all can relate to. Megan looks so beautiful in this video and I love her blond hair. I wish she would go back to blond because her beautiful eyes just pop! She has a perfect voice and body to match. Megan and John's voices are like silky milk chocolate! Soooo Smooth. You nailed it Megan. You are my favorite artist now and I can't wait for more music. I hear a lot of your songs everywhere. Especially the song they use on SYTYCD NG. I can't get that song out of my head. I go to bed with it on my mind and wake up with it as well. Megan, more, more music!!!!!
  • WOW!!!

    5
    By True3
    Such a beautiful voice! And sweet video! Love love love!!!
  • Beautiful!!!

    5
    By Waterpololover21
    This is a beautiful song, the video is absolutely perfect in the way that it matches exactly what the song is about. Good job Meghan!!
  • Like Im Gonna Lose you

    5
    By Jettblue44
    Best Video, ever!!!
  • pretty good

    4
    By cpshea
    I like this song cause tis not all bout partying and all that awesome crap
  • Rare.

    4
    By The video game master
    A good song that is rare for modern pop music, by not being about drugs money and partying, and being about an actual meaningful subject. And the video isn't half bad, too!
  • Each song is better than the last

    5
    By UBdavis
    The song brings tears to my eyes.
  • New Fan

    5
    By Billy_y3
    This Song Is Why I Started To Like Megan Trainor, Hope More Like This To Come.
  • 🔥🔥🔥

    5
    By Fack3eek
    Meghan Trainer is such a talented song writer I love this song!
  • omg

    5
    By candyqueee10
    she is so amazing

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