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Music Video: Smile

Artisit: Galantis

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:06

  • Copyright: Galantis

Music Video For Smile By Artist Galantis

Reviews For Smile By Artist Galantis

  • Just R and would not have it for kids

    By not apropiate
    what is this but a video about sex and easy relationships...? I had teenagers seeing it and it is not the way we want to teach them about sex and love... this is just not what happiness is...
  • Nuh uh

    By B0$$(owner)
    For me as a Christian 9-yo this is veery unpleasant u guys r going to hell.
  • hi

    By ARIxcx54
    plain nastyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...i liked them till i saw this video!!!!!!! its nasty!!!!!!!nastynastynastynastynasty!!!!!!!!! someone should go to hell for this!!!!!
  • It's the best time to smile

    By slightdevil
    I actually like the video even though from an outside perspective, it seems to have nothing to do with the concept. People making love isn't tasteless as some would lead you to believe, it's the one true and best time to let everything go and smile and enjoy yourself. This video in a nutshell. These guys are great, they can do no wrong.
  • LOVE is LOVE

    By shepard277
    I actually LOVE this video! It makes the song so much better for me!

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