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Music Video: Come On Over (All I Want Is You)

Artisit: Christina Aguilera

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2000
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 0:00

  • Copyright: Christina Aguilera

Music Video For Come On Over (All I Want Is You) By Artist Christina Aguilera

Reviews For Come On Over (All I Want Is You) By Artist Christina Aguilera

  • Gotta love her energy and love

    5
    By Rottiemom67
    She makes you just want to get up and dance
  • Pop Princess!

    5
    By African_Cowboy
    This song AND video definitely cemented Christina in pop music. The video is vivid in colors, Christina shows she can keep up with choreography, and she's incredibly flirty and sexy (a sign of things to come!) It's one of my favorite videos she ever did because of the many different looks she rocked and how she was so sexy and cute the whole time. Not the girl next door, but the girl across the street. ;-)
  • If she was as slim as that time...

    5
    By Sherry Lixue Cheng
    I will love her forever!
  • FINALLY THEY HAVE THIS VIDEO!

    5
    By britneyspearsfan93
    I LOVE THIS ONE! its her best video outta her first album!
  • Awsum!!!!

    5
    By Anna97Banana
    great video

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