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Music Video: Sólo Quiero Amarte (Nobody Wants to Be Lonely)

Artisit: Ricky Martin

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:04

  • Copyright: Ricky Martin

Music Video For Sólo Quiero Amarte (Nobody Wants to Be Lonely) By Artist Ricky Martin

Reviews For Sólo Quiero Amarte (Nobody Wants to Be Lonely) By Artist Ricky Martin

  • CHRISTINA

    1
    By Honest N Open
    I want Christina!!! I have been searching for this video forever but not this version. I am in love with the combination of Ricky and Christina's voices together but the video seems to have vanished off the face of the earth ... or at least iTunes. Come On Guys!! Read The Reviews!! EVERYONE WANTS CHRISTINA!!!
  • Live it Ricky

    5
    By X-tina lover
    You are soo amazing plezz make née music I love your Spanish and English songs I love this one bit I am a major xtina dan I tunes is soo dumb to not have both versions and not mention the countless other songs that they have so vruely written off. I am going to niy this like right now and learn the Spanish words lol
  • Where's Christina

    1
    By Fleshmonkey
    It's all about Christina. You get it, I'll buy it over and over.
  • get the one with christina

    1
    By hellopal
    the english one with christina aguilera is much better
  • Good One, Like the Duet Version Better

    4
    By FindTheTime80
    This is a good song, and a good video... This is essentially the same as the version wtih Christina Aguilera, but without Christina... just Ricky..

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