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(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You by *N Sync



Song Title: (God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You
Artist(s): *N Sync
Year: 1999
The karaoke version of this song is a solo
This song was added for karaoke on 2014-02-23
Primary Genre: Pop
Language: English
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Additional Facts
Writers: Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers
Publishers: RCA
Length: 4:43
Primary Genre: Pop
Secondary Genre: R&B
Third Genre: None
Karaoke Performances: 22
Karaoke Performers: 10 (Registered: 8)
Ranks 906 for all time karaoke choice.
Ranks 774 for all time unique number of registered singers.
Peaked at 8 on The Billboard Hot 100.
Peaked at 12 on The Billboard Radio Songs.
Finished 45 on The Billboard Hot 100 Year End Chart.
Peaked at 5 on The Billboard Mainstream Top 40 Chart.
Peaked at 2 on The Billboard Adult Contemporary (AC) Chart.
Peaked at 30 on The Billboard Adult Top 40 Chart.
Peaked at 3 in Canada.
Peaked at 46 in Australia.


Other Versions of This Song!

Cover Version by Alabama, and *N Sync

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