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Album: That's Where I Belong - Single

Artist: Alan Jackson

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For That's Where I Belong - Single By Artist Alan Jackson

Title Artist Time
That's Where I Belong Alan Jackson 3:49 USD 1.29

Reviews For That's Where I Belong - Single By Artist Alan Jackson

  • Alan Forever!

    By midland123
    Is it possible for Alan Jackson to release a bad song?? He is true country and a legend. Ive seen him in concert and there is nothing fixed about his voice. He is amazing! This is what country should sound like, not Taylor Swift. Way to go Alan!!
  • That's Where I Belong

    By storiesbyjanet
    Another great song by Alan Jackson.
  • 100%

    By grizzly2304
    100% real country like George strait

    By Just a fan 2009
    Oh my goodness I'm totally lovin Alan's latest single... can't wait till next TUES!
  • Awesome

    By NaRiHo
    Just another AWESOME song from the Greatest!
  • Alan Jackson Still has the Touch

    By FTVRR
    Another great song From Alan Jackson, I think this song will make it to #1 on the Country music Charts.
  • !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By what evr
    Hey I don't care what the song sounds like I'm just so stoked to be the first person to write a review.

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