I Just Wanna Know - I Just Wanna Know '08 - Music Video

Music Video

The music video for the re-release of "I Just Wanna Know" lasts for a total length of four minutes and six seconds. The video depicts Cruz performing the song in a social club, surrounded by a live band. The majority of footage included in the video was taken from an intimate performance given by Cruz in June 2008. Although the video premiered in October 2008, it was not uploaded to Cruz' official YouTube account until June 26, 2009.

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