Never The Right Time by Janine"Never The Right Time" is New Zealand song released on 13 March 2019 in the official channel of the record label - "Janine". Discover exclusive information about "Never The Right Time". Explore Never The Right Time lyrics, translations, and song facts. Earnings and Net Worth accumulated by sponsorships and other sources according to information found in the internet. How many times the New Zealand song appeared in music charts compiled by Popnable? "Never The Right Time " is well-known music video that took placements in popular top charts, such as Top 100 New Zealand Music Chart , Top 40 New Zealand Songs Chart, and more.
"Never The Right Time" Facts
"Never The Right Time" has reached
3.1M total views,
and 1.3K dislikes on YouTube.
The song has been submitted on 13/03/2019 and spent 110 weeks on the charts.
The original name of the music video "Never The Right Time" is "JANINE - NEVER THE RIGHT TIME [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]".
"Never The Right Time" has been published on Youtube at 12/03/2019 22:16:05
"Never The Right Time" Lyrics, Composers, Record Label
Janine - Never The Right Time [Official Music Video]
Directed by Janine and Paul Capra
Written by Janine
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