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Music Video: Good Bye My Love

Artisit: 柚原樹莉

  • Genre: J-Pop
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:15

  • Copyright: 柚原樹莉

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Reviews For Good Bye My Love By Artist 柚原樹莉

  • Just The Beginning!

    By A Single Flower:Blue Wolf n Bird
    I am glad to see some J-pop music videos on here. JYURI YUZUHARA is a good singer with good videos. But, I believe this is just the beginning. So far, I have seen two other artists from japan with music videos on here. Ayaka (in the j-pop category) and Utada (in the pop category) have some good videos as well. I love this music video and I recommend it to anyone looking for a good video. I believe that it would be GREAT to have more J-pop music videos on here. Click YES if you agree.
  • great song and music video!!!!

    By mkg328
    i love Jyuri Yuzuhara's song " good bye my love"! i dont listen to it that much anymore, but whenever i am sad,(now it seems often) i listen to it. for some reason, sad songs like this make me feel better, and make me able to go on living. i would highly reccomend this song and video, i even had my Bestfriend watch it! Jyuri is definetly undestimated, she is, in my opinion, one of the best J-pop singers so far. and i have even heard some bands in Japan that arnt on Itunes, so she's pretty good! she is even in my top 5 favorite Japanese singers,(not in order) Ayumi Hamasaki, Ai Ootisaka, M-flo,Jyuri Yuzuhara, and 9ball! i just wish Jyuri would make more songs! she has such a nice voice and its so caliming! and this is (believe it or not) comming from a fan of emo and rock,alternative bands like my chemical romance,fall out boy, and panic!at the disco. (yeah i know i'm weird! i love pokemon too >.<)

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