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Music Video: You Belong With Me

Artisit: Taylor Swift

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:54

  • Copyright: Taylor Swift

Music Video For You Belong With Me By Artist Taylor Swift

Reviews For You Belong With Me By Artist Taylor Swift

  • Dance

    By rhchghh
    I hate Taylor Swift but this song and video is hilarious especially when she’s dancing in the window five stars
  • Alexis Katele

    By alexis ann.
    I love the you belong with me song
  • ❤️

    By ill san x
    Love it 😻
  • Taylor Swift having 2️⃣ roles

    By Sorceress Mickey
    You get to see Taylor Swift have 2️⃣ roles in this music video that was released 🔟🔟 years ago. The first one you see is the good and shy side of her in her nerd form. The second one you also see is the evil side of her with a brunette wig on her head. It's like she's cloned or something.
  • She’s so Cute

    By afiiiiask
    I love her so much 💜
  • Oh my god 😔

    By 🦄🦄 magic candy
    I hear this on the radio all time (and I love it) but now that I know it’s her, I don’t.
  • Pretty

    By isla102
  • Love it but wish she was still the same

    By 🐊flordia girl
    I like Taylor Swift’s country version of herself better than her pop version of herself she has really changed and I wish that she was still that truly amazing country girl again
  • I’ll take it

    By The Duolingo Bird
    Oof my dad got dis song in my head
  • H

    By Amifaruk1

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