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Music Video: Just Give Me a Reason (feat. Nate Ruess)

Artisit: P!nk

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:02

  • Copyright: P!nk

Music Video For Just Give Me a Reason (feat. Nate Ruess) By Artist P!nk

Reviews For Just Give Me a Reason (feat. Nate Ruess) By Artist P!nk

  • Cool

    By thevampslover101
    No not good song
  • Duel

    By ElÖneMc
    A duet made in heaven!
  • Romance

    By Sorceress Mickey
    This song is so romantic. P!nk isn't using any violence this time, because it's been toned down for 💰. You do get to see Carey Hart in this 🎶 video before Nate Reuss appears onscreen. ❤️ is in the air. Nate Reuss does appear on the 📺 and the other half of the 🎶 video. This was released at the time that their (e.g. P!nk and Carey Hart's) daughter, Willow Sage Hart was born.
  • Pink is awesome

    By KbCheetah
    This is a great video and Pink looks great.
  • Mahoney

    By Sexey3474
    I love all of Pinks songs and videos
  • Just beautiful...

    By MastixH8sFake1s
    What a beautiful music video from P!nk displaying a dynamic range of raw emotion towards her husband who is also featured in the video.
  • .......

    By Allison=cool
    WOW!!! i luv it
  • Great video and Song

    By AlexMarques92
    I just wish the video was in HD so I can see the clarity on my Apple TV. Other then that the song is beautiful
  • WOW!!!! Totally Beautiful!!!

    By jrqix
    I fell in love with this song from the very beginning! Pink and Nate Reuss are a perfect pair in the video. Their voices blend well with the acoustics and the filming of the video is a 5 Star winner! In the age of Lady GaGa and Katy Perry, it is wonderful to see a geniune, bonafide singer like Pink, who can sing from the heart and doesn't have to rely on gimmicks to make it work! Sorry GaGa and Katy, but Pink is the real deal!!
  • Chase is over...

    By cyclingfreak
    I've been chasing this song for awhile...don't often listen in car to popular songs. Heard this song months ago while going to a movie with my son. Still didn't know or hear enough to ID the artist. Heard is again this past Sunday at Busch Gardens in Tampa and asked several people...One said Pink...the chase is over. Beautiful song!

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