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Music Video: Don't

Artisit: Ed Sheeran

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:37

  • Copyright: Ed Sheeran

Music Video For Don't By Artist Ed Sheeran

Reviews For Don't By Artist Ed Sheeran

  • Eewww

    By f go nbd C b
  • Well...

    By Abcdxyz124
    I mean the song is ok and the music vid is weird so...
  • weird

    By the #1 cup song lover
    this video is kinda wierd, i mean the song is much better
  • Awesome dancer

    By bleueyes73
    I became a fan of Pacman when he was on "So You Think You Can Dance" so I love this video!
  • No way!

    By Etrius44
    I am a big fan of Pacman (the dancer) he's a great dancer on YouTube. I like the song it is great and this video is just like a Pacman video with his choreography. Was surprised to see this on tv not too long ago.
  • Copy

    By 5SecondsOfBananas
    I agree with the other review. Copy of Sia's "Chandelier" music video. Also this music video is disturbing and weird.
  • Rip off

    By Spivey Ivey
    This is w rip-off of chandelier. Not a even clever one! I love Ed but what is this??
  • ?

    By rxfaella
    I like the song but the vid Is weird😅
  • ok

    By Conmmander
    its ok

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