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Music Video: I Turn to You

Artisit: Christina Aguilera

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:02

  • Copyright: Christina Aguilera

Music Video For I Turn to You By Artist Christina Aguilera

Reviews For I Turn to You By Artist Christina Aguilera

  • The original is better

    By Kris152
    I like the original from all 4 one better she doesn't express it enough and iTunes doesn't have it! :(
  • GREAT!

    By CHAMPION12465
    x-tina is sooooo talanted i wish i can sing like her
  • X-Tina

    By Lady Aguilera
    This song is my favorite her voice is the best she has so much talent but so little recognition from people she is a legend
  • Oh th old days

    By X-tina lover
    I live this video and song but why the heck dose iTunes not hav the Spanish version por simpie tu I like that one even better lol Itunes need sa wakeip call and I think x Tina should call em lol
  • iTunes Please Add

    By babygurl_32720
    iTunes, one video that i think should be on here along with her other videos is "Dirty" that seems to be one of the important ones your missing along with reflection. Please add those asap because i would love to buy them and im pretty sure other people would love to buy them also. PLease and thank you :)
  • my sis is better than her!

    By star000
    i dont like her

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