Know. - Jason Mraz


Jason Mraz

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2018-08-10
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2018 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. f


Play Title Time Download
Let's See What the Night Can D 4:05  
Have It All 3:46  
More Than Friends (feat. Megha 3:01  
Unlonely 3:51  
Better With You 2:41  
No Plans 2:27  
Sleeping to Dream 3:42  
Making It Up 2:52  
Might As Well Dance 3:56  
Love Is Still the Answer 6:06  


  • Best song I’ve ever heard

    By maddison serrano
    I hear this song at my school all the time for pals and it’s always so catchy so I had to get it the tune is so happy and sunny that it is also my alarm music I absolutely LOVE this song
  • Just love it!

    By makenziegirl
    This man is so talented!❤️

    By leaheart8joy
    Ong I love this song it's so awesome!!! It's got a great melody! And it's fun to sing when your with your family because that's kinda the point of the song, pretty much he's singing to his child 😇 it's just very catchy! Please buy this song! Thank you!
  • Upbeat Jitter Bug Type Vibe

    By kfell5136
    I have listened to it over and over for weeks now. Great album. Love the upbeat and jitter bug type vibe throughout it. Also love that the songs are all so positive and spreads good feeling of community and togetherness. Like something you would play while volunteering for a charitable event. I was instantly drawn to “Unlonely” because of its different rhymes and rap like sounds. Those types, like “Butterfly,” are my faves cuz they are so fun to sing along with. Mr. Mraz, don’t change a thing.
  • Almost Explicit Lyric?

    By Lloollyy
    I agree with those who were disappointed about the almost explicit lyric. For those it doesn’t bother, that is fine, but if we want to play this song for children or students, I wish there was an optional version for those who may be offended by the word. We, as a society, are becoming too desensitized to things that our young children shouldn’t be exposed to. I have the choice to purchase or not. Although I was loving every song on the album, including “Unlonely” I am questioning whether or not to buy it just because I don’t want my kids to be exposed to almost explicit lyrics. It’s too bad. Being a musician and music teacher myself, I love Jason’s music and know the power of great music. Unfortunately I also know the power of exposing kids at an early age to vulgarity and other mature issues. It’s not a big deal, but it’s an unnecessary blip that everyone is focused on, so obviously it did offend and touch some nerves.
  • I frucking love it!

    By Mamajansen
    This is such a feel good, fun, and lovely album! I’ve been listening to Jason Mraz since the beginning and it’s been a pleasure to listen to his style and lyrics grow/change. If you can’t handle an almost F-bomb than perhaps you money could be spent on a better suited album, I hear the wiggles are toddler friendly. For everyone else, it’s worth every penny! This cd is going to be my families sound track to the fall and we are all very much enjoying it!
  • Love song

    By bdbdncjfnf
    Love your song
  • A Happy Heart

    By Devvgg
    Another amazing album, all songs on repeat and not skipping any. Sad to hear he may be retiring but happy I finally got to see him in concert! He has such a way with words and rhyming that not many have anymore. He’s always my go to music choice. I can listen all day to his music. <3
  • stellar

    By TapDogz
    amazing heart felt songs from start to finish. love the mix of his fast word play with more ballad type songs, his best album in a while, highly recommend
  • More sentimental poo poo

    By Dug the Slug
    I give up on Mraz. Has loads of talent but this is sentimental, corny, banal, derivative.

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