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Music Video: 8 Days of Christmas

Artisit: Destiny's Child

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:37

  • Copyright: Destiny's Child

Music Video For 8 Days of Christmas By Artist Destiny's Child

Reviews For 8 Days of Christmas By Artist Destiny's Child

  • Really?

    By Kholfester
    They shoulda changed it to the 39 days of Christmas. That sounds much better than the lame old 8 days of Christmas and the 12 days of Christmas but, they still sound good, but the 39 days of Christmas sounds good! What is wrong with people?

    By All We Are Saying...
    8 days of Christmas is very very Sassy indeed... Thanks ITunes

    By -Broadway Girl-
    This is really good! It gives an old Christmas song a new twist. But Beyonce does sound better alone. Just saying. But this is totally worth the money. But you know what we really need? Survivor Video! Now that would really rock! :P
  • this video is great!

    By one_alone
    i have this on dvd, and it is very charismatic. i recommend that u buy it. but let me warn u, it isn't like the usual Destiny's Child.

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