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Mirror Mirror (M2M song)

"Mirror Mirror"
Shades of Purple
Released February 22, 2000 (U.S.)
May 9, 2000 (Australia)
Format CD, maxi single, cassette
Recorded 1999
Genre Pop
Length 3:19
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) Dane DeViller, Pam Sheyne, Sean Hosein
Producer Pam Sheyne, Dane Deviller, Sean Hosein
M2M singles chronology

"Don't Say You Love Me"
"Mirror Mirror"
" The Day You Went Away"

"Mirror Mirror" is a song recorded by pop band M2M. It was covered by American pop singer Taylor Horn in 2006 for her album Changes.

Track listing

US promo
  1. "Mirror Mirror" (album version) – 3:19
  2. "Mirror Mirror" (Crossover Mix) – 3:50
  3. "Mirror Mirror" (Power Dance Mix) – 4:12
US single
  1. "Mirror Mirror" (album version) – 3:19
  2. "Don't Say You Love Me" (acoustic version) – 3:14
US Maxi-CD
March 17, 2000
  1. "Mirror Mirror" (album version) – 3:19
  2. "Mirror Mirror" (Crossover Mix) – 3:50
  3. "Mirror Mirror" (Power Dance Mix) – 4:12
  4. "Mirror Mirror" (Extended Power Dance Mix) – 5:55
  5. "Don't Say You Love Me" (acoustic version) – 3:14
Australian Maxi-CD
  1. "Mirror Mirror" (album version) – 3:19
  2. "Don't Say You Love Me" (Tin Tin Out Remix) – 3:32
  3. "Mirror Mirror" (Crossover Mix) – 3:50

Music video

The video showed Marion Raven in a scene with a young anonymous man in a grassy place, where Marion and the man have romantic scenes, especially when Marion hugs the man barechested while both are rain-drenched.[1] It was directed by Matthew Rolston.


Chart (2000) Peak
Australian ARIA Singles Chart[2] 30
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[3] 62


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