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Album: What A Song Can Do (Chapter One)

Artist: Lady A

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Big Machine Label Group, LLC

Tracklist For What A Song Can Do (Chapter One) By Artist Lady A

Title Artist Time
1
Talk Of This Town Lady A 3:45 USD 1.29
2
What A Song Can Do Lady A 3:41 USD 1.29
3
Like A Lady Lady A 3:01 USD 1.29
4
Things He Handed Down Lady A 3:18 USD 1.29
5
Fire Lady A 3:14 USD 1.29
6
Chance Of Rain Lady A 3:31 USD 1.29
7
Worship What I Hate Lady A 4:20 USD 1.29

Reviews For What A Song Can Do (Chapter One) By Artist Lady A

  • Good one

    5
    By baywatch00
    I am enjoying it.
  • Tried to trick real Lady A fans

    1
    By Jokenotonme
    I got excited to see Lady A so easily found on iTunes, then realized it was the Antebellum. Highly disappointed.
  • Worth a Listen

    4
    By NewFan2021
    Haven't listened to Lady A in a while and rediscovered because of the Ocean album. This is a really well written series of songs and very lyrical. Went back through their catalogue - great evolution and yet true to their sound.
  • Swing and a miss.

    1
    By vegasmusicman83
    I thought Lady A was a black jazz singer?
  • Awesome!

    5
    By Wizlebeth
    I’ve always loved their music; such talented artists!!
  • Great collection

    5
    By zzaawwtt
    Great songs! They’re harmonies are flawless and they sound great! Highly recommend! For those posting hateful comments unrelated to their music - grow up! Look up the meaning & history of antebellum !
  • no way

    1
    By StuedAbaker Hawk
    since this groups went woke there is no way in h*L i would buy anything from them. Hope they look at their career and get the idea they F*&^ed up
  • Not impressed

    1
    By Croppinnut
    Always loved their music but, something is missing and this sounds like something anyone could write.
  • So tired of the woke culture.

    1
    By JP6232
    These 3 clowns are just another squad of liberals trying to cram their agenda down our throats. No thanks! Cancel culture right back at ya!
  • Done with them

    1
    By LBurrerSC
    Go woke, go broke.

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