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Music Video: I Don't Believe You

Artisit: P!nk

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:12

  • Copyright: P!nk

Music Video For I Don't Believe You By Artist P!nk

Reviews For I Don't Believe You By Artist P!nk

  • There’s Pain in Truth

    By BSWhopeful
    This song’s heart-wrenching lyrics strike an all-too-familiar and painful chord for anyone who has ever suffered that rite-of-passage called, a break-up. The raw emotion that Pink's story sings of, will either release you through a sweet torrent of tears summoned by the mournful rasp of Pink’s exposed soul, lain bare up until the finale, or forever haunt you as that hymn, bearing an everlasting reminder of what was lost and of what could have been.
  • It's beautiful

    By a_decepticon
    What else can I say. Chicago loves you lady
  • I don't believe you

    By bfallen
  • Goodness gorgeous

    By Eisener
    A rare harmony of truly heart-stringing lyrics paired with gorgeous instrumentation and incredibly beautiful, sensible and yet ever powerful delivery from P!nk
  • She's Great

    By sc1996
    I love every song from her and she has a great voice.
  • And still 1st

    By Owl city rocks
    What peace out LOL just kidding

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