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Music Video: I Could Break Your Heart Any Day of the Week

Artisit: Mandy Moore

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:55

  • Copyright: Mandy Moore

Music Video For I Could Break Your Heart Any Day of the Week By Artist Mandy Moore

Reviews For I Could Break Your Heart Any Day of the Week By Artist Mandy Moore

  • Awesome!!!!

    By pliga

    By TheMusicProphet
    MANDY MOORE is a phenominal artist and I LOVE, LOVE LOVE the fact that she makes great music.... HOWEVER... while she looks stunnng in this video I was hoping it would go in a different direction... feels a little cheep........ DEFINITELY BUY THE RECORD THOUGH!
  • Funny,Catchy, Cool

    By nairbdoog
    Excellent Video. It relies on a good song and a clever concept and is one of the more enjoyable videos I've seen in months.
  • horrible

    By ni,hao
    this video is horrible so is the song she just says the same thing over and over and over dont buy dont listen!!
  • Great

    By MerBear128
    I think it is great my uncle directed it and my aunt did the make-up .
  • this is better.....

    By lola1823
    This video is really cute ...much better than her extraordinary video.
  • Adore this video

    By TrelinDTR
    This video is such a stray from what people expect of Mandy and that's why I adore it. She's taking a new step toward distancing herself from the "goody goody" interpretions of her. She looks amazing in this video. The point of the video is a little blurred, since the song, in my opinion, is about empowerment and finding the strength to be able to appreciate yourself and your worth in a relationship...plus it's fun to sing to... I applaud Mandy for this video...Fun stuff!!

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