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Music Video: Feel It In My Bones

Artisit: Tiësto & Tegan and Sara

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:23

  • Copyright: Tiësto & Tegan and Sara

Music Video For Feel It In My Bones By Artist Tiësto & Tegan and Sara

Reviews For Feel It In My Bones By Artist Tiësto & Tegan and Sara

  • Amazing

    5
    By Kal733
    I'll admit it, I'm not a fan of dance songs, but, this song is amazing! Tegan and Sara are both incredible musicians, and you can't leave Tiesto out of the mix either. If you love Tegan and Sara, you'll LOVE this song/video! The video is pretty amazing too....very fun and unique!
  • Tegan and Sara -- Amazing!!

    5
    By koss57701
    The song alone is clearly a Tegan and Sara song. It may be different from what they've usually done, but this song is just amazing. The full video at Tiesto's concert is insane. This shortened radio edit video is just as good, but doesn't really capture the feeling the extended version has. I'd totally recommend this song + remixes to any T&S fan any day ! :)
  • Get it

    5
    By lkg_
    Tegan and Sara. Enough said.

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