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Music Video: Someday

Artisit: Nickelback

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:27

  • Copyright: Nickelback

Music Video For Someday By Artist Nickelback

Reviews For Someday By Artist Nickelback

  • Why

    1
    By starchild5477
    I lost the original version when I had to fix my computer and now this version is not the original. WHY ITUNES WHY????? BRING THE ORIGINAL VIDEO BACK PLEASE!!!!!
  • stupid

    3
    By one mad pickle
    I HATE THIS ENDING ITS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO STUPID I WANT THE ORIGINAL ENDING BACK!!!
  • Bad ending

    1
    By Izzy472
    I see iTunes still hasn't bothered to put the original video on here, even after all the complaints about this video having a different ( and terrible ) ending than the original video that was released. And iTunes hasn't bothered to put "alternate ending" anywhere either, to let people know that they're getting something different, BEFORE they buy it. This version is terrible! It's not even believable.....who gets into an accident like the one in this video, and is able to just walk away from it with no injuries or anything?!? Please iTunes, get the original version!!! How many complaints does there have to be before you do??
  • Someday

    5
    By CatchallBK
    It's a sad but awesome song
  • Gimme my money back

    2
    By Shorty 3567
    Wat the crap! I spent my money on this crap. I paid for the original video not this one with the crapy ending. Atleast iTunes can do is put "alternative version." we spend good money on iTunes store and at the least they could do is take the time to put the real, original version of this video.
  • W.T.H.??

    4
    By LAJohn_1
    I agree wholeheartedly, with the other reviews. The original ending was much better, it gave the viewers and the couple, closure. While they were denied being together on this plane of existence, they were together in the next. And for anyone that's lost someone they love, it gives them hope. It still remains one of my favorite NICKELBACK songs, but I do prefer the original version of the video.
  • Hmmmmmm

    5
    By -- C . :)
    Ok well Nickelback is my FAVE band ever but I have to say the original ending is better than this CRAP!!!!!!!
  • REALLY?

    2
    By Spalding son of Wilson
    Wow what the crap was that all about who wants to watch this one when the real one has the boy and the girl reuniting instead the girl gets pulverized by a semi and walks away.
  • AWW!

    5
    By TreyMan2133
    I still give it 5 stars because i'm a huge Nickelback fan, but I found out that there is a different ending in this video. In the original version, the woman died from the car crash and hugged her boyfriend and they walked away and they showed the newspaper of him dead from a bridge accident. But in this one, she survived the car crash, and her boyfriend hugged her but she didn't see him. So she walked away and he disappeared. I'm letting people know this before they buy this video.
  • come on

    1
    By purplepal96
    itunes needs to get the original

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