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Saturday, June 20, 2009

JONAS Brothers Songs Video [HQ]

Burnin' Up
is the first single of American pop band the Jonas Brothers to be released from their third studio album, A Little Bit Longer, and was officially released via Radio Disney on June 19, 2008 as well as other radio stations, and on iTunes on June 20, 2008. In the United Kingdom, it was released as a AA side with "When You Look Me in the Eyes".


Hold On
is a song by American pop band Jonas Brothers. The song was released as the band's first single from their self-titled second album in 2007. The iTunes music store named this single as #3 on their "Best of the Store" Playlist on August 7, 2007.

“Kids of the Future” is a 2007 song by the Jonas Brothers for the Disney animated feature film Meet the Robinsons. It is a rewritten/parody version of Kim Wilde's 1981 hit “Kids in America” written by Marty and Ricki Wilde.


Kids of the Future
is the first single from the Meet the Robinsons soundtrack and the fourth single released by the Jonas Brothers. The newly written lyrics specifically reference the events and characters of Meet the Robinsons. The song's music video was played very frequently on the Disney Channel during the film's theatrical run. The song is on the Jonas Brothers' self-titled second album, Jonas Brothers.


is a song by American pop band Jonas Brothers. The song was released as the band's second single from Jonas Brothers, their second studio album, in 2007. It was also their debut single in Europe in May 2008 and in UK in early June 2008.


Year 3000
is a song by British pop/rock group Busted, released as part of the album Busted in 2002 and as a single in 2003.
Lyrics in the song make references to the Back to the Future trilogy, including lines about the flux capacitor, and the fact that the time machine mentioned is "like one in a film I've seen".


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