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Album: Washed By the Water (Acoustic Version) - Single


  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the wor

Tracklist For Washed By the Water (Acoustic Version) - Single By Artist NEEDTOBREATHE

Title Artist Time
Washed By the Water (Acoustic NEEDTOBREATHE 2:48 USD 1.29

Reviews For Washed By the Water (Acoustic Version) - Single By Artist NEEDTOBREATHE

  • Him

    By Game reviewer 1000
    Am i the only one that thinks, and its a good thing, that this is a religious song?
  • simply amazing

    By icfrosh15
    I saw them open for Train in Memphis, tn...they played this song..it was so beautiful.
  • you are missing out...

    By nicbuz9
    Their voices are truly amazing even without instruments. One of the best bands out there! Purchase this!
  • Love it!

    By InlovewithJesus
    I love the freshness of talent! These guys are great and I love their deep soul songs.
  • Good acoustic track...

    By olpwwedude
    Needtobreathe is another awesome band that doesn't get the attention they deserve... At least, they're on Lava/Universal! My church sings this song sometimes, but not like NTB does. ;) I really like acoustic versions of rock tracks. My only gripe about this single is it's short. However, Needtobreathe did a good job on making "Washed By the Water" acoustic...
  • Even better than the studio version

    By dwphoto20d
    I like this version even more than the studio version. Acoustic showcases the band's talent.
  • Okay

    By lovesarevolution
    But I like the non- accoustic version better. Something about the vocals on this version just doesn't appeal to me.
  • must listen!

    By mcr911tc
    I just saw this band last night for the first time. They are amazing! They did a 7 minute version of this song and the crowd was grasping on to every word. If you get a chance to see them live, they are well worth it!!
  • Wow

    By SoCal music lover
    These guys needtorecord an acoustic album. Seriously.
  • Such a powerful song

    By thr3shadesofpink
    I saw them live last night, and when they got to this song, they grabbed their acoustic guitars and headed up to the balcony at Exit Inn and awed us all with their final performance. Must buy

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