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Music Video: Circle Circle Dot Dot

Artisit: Jamie Kennedy & Stu Stone

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:18

  • Copyright: Jamie Kennedy & Stu Stone

Music Video For Circle Circle Dot Dot By Artist Jamie Kennedy & Stu Stone

Reviews For Circle Circle Dot Dot By Artist Jamie Kennedy & Stu Stone

  • Damn

    By Yurr buddy (: Qtayblue10
  • Good song

    By MNR11
    this is a good dancing song good to play at parties in the car any were
  • ????

    WHAT THE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Good

    By Viva La Ryan
    It's really good and it must have took A while for that video
  • Is there anyting better?

    By look @ me jk
    Wow. It's so deep and I just don't understand why iTunes has any other music... wow.
  • blah

    By blahblahblah!whocareswatmynameis?
    I hate hate hate this song, but i got the video because it has the coolio lego people on it. It must have took a long time to make that video. Picture by picture. I give them three stars for that dude...
  • Blunty3000 is awesome

    By Anthony081993
    Nate Burr (Blunty3000) is the one that actually made this video! :) It is awesome. You can just watch it on youtube though.
  • Asi Asi

    By Chulk
    It is okay.
  • wow

    By th3en3my
  • wat??

    By coke4273
    good song but wat up wit da lego freaks

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