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Music Video: There You Go

Artisit: P!nk

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:50

  • Copyright: P!nk

Music Video For There You Go By Artist P!nk

Reviews For There You Go By Artist P!nk

  • nmbjmn kugy i7

    5
    By MEAT mE
    jk hgjkh
  • ummmm

    3
    By whatintheworld!!11
    this is one song that doesnt make me feel like ill throw up or love so, its a three star.
  • Pleaseing content

    4
    By Candyfairy
    The guys in this vid are HOTTTTT. This video and song is so 90's, (sigh) brings back memories.
  • The Pink Lady !!!

    4
    By Martymart78
    I Love The Video, I Love The Song, I Love Pink!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • There You Go

    5
    By DJ Jose Santa Cruz
    Wow, Pink what can I say. I have loved her from the first note I heard her sing. This song especially, it's got that latin flair and the message, Oh Hell yeah, the message. Ive been there girl. Men are pigs and yes im a man. This is a dance with the Grandkids song that will always play on our kitchen floor dance floor at Tata's house. Love you.
  • Amazing Video!!!!

    5
    By Jenn5150
    I LLLLLOOOOOOVVVVVEEEE P!nk and I ove this video!!! this song is from the first CD she made so it isn't like her new stuff but it is still a really good song. Anyway this music video is totally worth buying and you should get it!!!!!
  • BAD SONG OK VIDEO

    2
    By hrlbppc
    i listened to the song and it really stunk. i mean i really like P!nk but the song is not good at all. but i do have to ay that the video isn't that bad so it would be your choice if you want to buy the video or not

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