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Music Video: Cry Me a River

Artisit: Justin Timberlake

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:48

  • Copyright: Justin Timberlake

Music Video For Cry Me a River By Artist Justin Timberlake

Reviews For Cry Me a River By Artist Justin Timberlake

  • Uneasy

    3
    By ShadyGhost22
    The song definitely has good rhythm but the music video definitely made me uneasy. He’s practically a stalker getting revenge on his ex. Sorry JT, but it was a bit creepy.
  • oh yesssssss

    5
    By DLshops2much
    IN LOVE WITH THIS SONG/VIDEO! GET IT!!!!!!!!!!
  • One of JT's best!

    5
    By Tito the Amigo
    Although Justin Timberlake has had several good singles throughout the years, I've always thought this was probably the best song of his career. Oh and the video is awesome as well!
  • Great Song and Decent Video

    4
    By Yezz07
    Even thought "Like I Love" was his first single, this is the song that launched his solo career. I enjoy the video's dark theme and I agree this is a song and video about Britney.
  • Love JT!

    5
    By SmartGirl27
    I listen to the song all the time. Idk why but I found the video really emotional.
  • love jt

    5
    By Beverly Chloe
    i love this song and video!!!
  • Yep

    5
    By Secret_Name
    Not a fan, great video.
  • !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By Jaulet
    This and sexyback are my fav songs by JT. this is about britney. one the girl that he kisses has the same tatoo as brit two when he kicks the frame off of the table u can tell its a pic of brit =))
  • OK i am in love with this

    5
    By Peace,<3, =)
    This is great and also i love him cause i go to school with his brother in memphis! hehe jonathan is cool
  • J T is at it... again

    3
    By musicuziluvit
    Cry Me A River is one of the decent songs. If it's not the rythem then it's the dance steps that people just don't get. Well the songs are good but a love song like this normally have the strangest music videos with some wierd dancing. Some of it really isn't dancing some of it is just alot of singing and just not right stuff.

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