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Album: Down Home Sessions II - EP

Artist: Cole Swindell

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 2015 Warner Music Nashville LLC and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the U.S.

Tracklist For Down Home Sessions II - EP By Artist Cole Swindell

Title Artist Time
Dangerous After Dark Cole Swindell 3:17 USD 1.29
My First Radio Cole Swindell 3:42 USD 1.29
Should've Ran After You Cole Swindell 3:31 USD 1.29
Shuttin' It Down Cole Swindell 3:10 USD 1.29
Blue Lights Cole Swindell 3:00 USD 1.29

Reviews For Down Home Sessions II - EP By Artist Cole Swindell

  • Love him

    By Countrymusicfan16
    I love Cole!! He is such a talented singer!! Love his music!! Can't wait to listen to these songs!! Keep up the great work Cole!!!
  • Love It

    By PatronJH
    Cole Swindell never disappoints.. Love all his music.
  • Love this

    By JEddy62014
    The first time I heard one of his songs was at a Luke Bryan farm tour concert. He is a great singer and song writer and I love this Ep.
  • Cole's country music is the best!

    By walkeryong064
    i love each song of this EP!
  • Should've Ran After You

    By Smc0306
    Should've Ran After You should be the next single!!!!
  • Blue Lights

    By PaChiverGuy
    Please say this songs going to be one of your singles! Great music can't wait for the new Album!
  • Cole didn't disappoint with this!

    By Amya laing
    Wow! So glad to have some new tunes from CS... Amazing songs!
  • EP

    By Maddie Billick
    Love em all! I've been following Coles career for the last two years and I haven't found one song yet by him that I don't like! Love watching his career boom
  • Cool

    By Llahoyd
    Sounds Good!
  • Good Music....Bad Grammar

    By Fan of Country AND Grammar
    Okay first things first, I'm a big fan of the songs and Cole Swindell. The fact that the grammar in the title of "Should've Ran After You" is incorrect doesn't bother me in the least....BUT, after reading a couple of the reviews on here written by people confidently stating that it is not grammatically incorrect, I cannot, in good conscience, allow these people to go on living their lives without understanding the concept of a participle. Yes, the past tense of the word "run" is in fact "ran". However, anybody who has taken and passed 7th grade English should be aware that the participial form of "run" is also "run". For example: Present: I run. Past: He ran. Participial: I have run. I had run. I should have run. etc. etc. I hope this clears up any confusion for those of you who needed clarification. Keep doing your thing, Cole!

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