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Music Video: There's Got to Be a Way

Artisit: Mariah Carey

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:57

  • Copyright: Mariah Carey

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Reviews For There's Got to Be a Way By Artist Mariah Carey

  • jazzyphizzle

    By jazzy jazz
    this is a wonderful song!!! i love it, this should have been released here in the U.S. this is my favorite mariah carey song :).
  • Wow! A true Mariah Carey rarity!

    By DCB1978
    This music video is a treat for all Mariah Carey fans. This was the fifth and last single to be released from Mariah's debut album back in the early 90's. Released in 1991 as a U.K.-only single, the music video was never officially released to U.S. audiences. The video is directed by Larry Jordan and features Mariah's five-octave range to its fullest effect!
  • There's got To Be a Way

    By mclover92
    This video is one of Mariah's Hidden gems. Released in 1991 Theres Got to Be a way starts off with Carey walking the streets as she laments homeless people and racism. She is soon joined by friends, and they all break into an impromptu dance in the street. this video is fun and danceble. A True Calssic.

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