Watch Selena Gomez Break Musical Retirement A Bit For UNICEF
Posted by Videoson 01/22/2012 at 4:15 PM
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Selena Gomez might be on a break from music in general, but some things are worth breaking that for, like her second annual acoustic concert to benefit UNICEF. The setlist not only included tracks from When The Sun Goes Down but a cover of Jason Mraz’s chart-catnip “I Won’t Give Up” and one of Miranda Lambert’s “The House That Built Me,” a song dedicated to her mother. Scroll on for videos.
“Love You Like A Love Song”
“When The Sun Goes Down”
“I Won’t Give Up” (Jason Mraz cover, with Big Time Rush)
“The House That Built Me” (Miranda Lambert cover)
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