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Music Video: Who Knew

Artisit: P!nk

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:32

  • Copyright: P!nk

Music Video For Who Knew By Artist P!nk

Reviews For Who Knew By Artist P!nk

  • Who Knew

    5
    By jpro1955
    I've been a fan of P!nk's since her beginning, performing R & B songs. Was thrilled when she came into her own and became the awesome performer we all see today. There hasn't been a song or video of hers that I haven't liked...the videos just go so well with the songs, I actually purchase the single or album AND the videos that go along with them. If you are a true P!nk fan, you will NOT be disappointed in this. She is as beautiful and talented as always...
  • One of my fav P!nk songs and video

    5
    By Urnesha
    I don't typically buy music videos but I couldn't resist this one. Such a beautiful song and the video really brings home the pain of losing someone you though would always be there. Love this video!
  • great song great video great singer

    5
    By blackeyedpeasfan456
    this is p!nks best song and it has lots of meaning pink needs more music like this
  • p!nk

    5
    By greenhippy911
    the song is good and when you put a video with it it gets even better and you understand it more. Her hair is different and still well.. pink. Get it you won't regret it. Really

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