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Music Video: Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)

Artisit: Mariah Carey

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:17

  • Copyright: Mariah Carey

Music Video For Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme) By Artist Mariah Carey

Reviews For Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme) By Artist Mariah Carey

  • my favorite

    By yaluha
    I only want to say, this is my favourate song of Mariah! I love it!!
  • This is such an amazing video for such an amazing person.

    By Asenzi
    Hey, I always like the Mariah videos when you can see her sing from her heart, and this is why I love her here. Mariah's love for her fans is like no other, and it definately shows here. Not only is she in her natural curls and "casual" clothing in this video, but she sings with the belting voice that we always loved and apreciated her for. I especially love the part where she sings "no, they can't take this...precious love I will always have inside of me." While no "Hero", I am sure this song will effect many newcomers like its predecessor did in the 90's. I am suprised that this is the first time I am seeing this video, but I am defiantely glad that Itunes decided to put it on their list. Well done! Now go release the "Bye Bye" video on Itunes, along with some more live performances, please. :)
  • Truely Amazing

    This song and video are so amazing! Mariah carey still continues to touch her fans everytime! Shes such a inspiration!
  • Thank you, iTunes

    By DCB1978
    I requested this music video two days ago at the Apple web site and now we have it available here! Thank you to whomever made this happen! Mariah soars with another inspirational music video! Testimonials from fans and celebrity "feel good" stories only add to the video's appeal.

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