Don't Forget About Us

Album: The Emancipation of Mimi (Ultra Platinum Edition) (2005)
Charted: 11 1
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  • In this song, Mariah sings about a relationship that didn't work out. Unlike "We Belong Together," which was a huge hit from the album, she sounds confident instead of heartbroken. She makes sure her ex remembers the true love they had and reminds him that his new girl will never be her. >>
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    Donovan Berry - El Dorado, AR
  • This was Mariah Carey's 17th American #1 song, putting Carey into a tie for second place with Elvis Presley among artists with the most #1 hits in the Rock Era in the US, behind the Beatles' 20.
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Comments: 3

  • Michaela from Brooklyn, NyI Love this song.The music is sexy to me.The way the drums are thumping and the rest of the music.I like sing this song.I like the confidence in the song. I like the video too.I like the clothes she was wearing.And I love her hair.
  • Mandee from Malibu, Cai give this song a way thumbs down it has no meaning
  • Sebastian from Providence, RiMimi looks sooo hot on this video. I wish I could be in that hot water with beautiful Mimi. You rock girl!!!!
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