Good Girls (From

Music Video: Good Girls (From "The Ghostbusters")

Artisit: Elle King

  • Genre: Soundtrack
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:04

  • Copyright: Elle King

Music Video For Good Girls (From "The Ghostbusters") By Artist Elle King

Reviews For Good Girls (From "The Ghostbusters") By Artist Elle King

  • For the person who thought

    By somecereal
    This is inappropriate, the movie was rated PG13, this song says hell and that’s practically it.
  • Good Girls

    By 6Barnowl
    I use this song in my fitness class. Everyone loves it and sings along...since they're gonna go to Hell anyway!
  • Great Song

    By Dan in Phoenix
    I love it, funny loud its what it should be. keep it up. thx
  • Love it!!

    By Dennielle Mae
    Catchy song! 😃
  • Awful song and way too inappropriate

    By Dalia bela
    For a classic KIDS movie turned into a new modern one, a lot of kids are going to be seeing this. It's so loud and dumb. The video is extremely inappropriate. If your reading this review, don't watch this terrible video.

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