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Music Video: Trying Not to Love You (Long Intro)

Artisit: Nickelback

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:35

  • Copyright: Nickelback

Music Video For Trying Not to Love You (Long Intro) By Artist Nickelback

Reviews For Trying Not to Love You (Long Intro) By Artist Nickelback

  • Rrr

    By alex748044
  • Great video and song

    By Jacobo12
    Never give up anything in life!
  • Worst Nickelback Video Ever!

    By Be-ur-self
    First off, the video had no relevance to the song was like watching a high schoolers cheesy short film project!! You didn't see the band at all through the whole thing and the music simply got lost in translation. Oh and don't get me started on the girl in her bikini, totally out of place and NOT necessary! I am really disappointed with this, I was really looking forward to seeing one of my favorite Nickelback song transformed into a music video and now I wish I hadn't watched it :( Please save your money and if you need to watch it go on their website and watch it for free...............

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