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Pink's "Just Give Me a Reason" by LedApple and SPICA's Boa

Another week and Music Note Tuesday is here again! As promised last week, Hanbyul invited a member of a girl group idol to join him in the cover of 'Just Give Me a Reason', originally by Pink and Nate Ruess! What do you think about the cover?
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That was good I liked it
it was good. its hard to get it like Nate, he has a very unique voice thats hard to top.
I agree with @chasinghapiness they could have done a better job :)
Ledapple!! always love their covers!! but this time I think they didn't do the song justice :( Nate Ruess' voice has the perfect tone... ah. Still love it anyway!
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