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Album: Hard to Love (Acoustic) - Single

Artist: Lee Brice

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ (p) 2012 Curb Records, Inc.

Tracklist For Hard to Love (Acoustic) - Single By Artist Lee Brice

Title Artist Time
Hard to Love (Acoustic) Lee Brice 3:06 USD 1.29

Reviews For Hard to Love (Acoustic) - Single By Artist Lee Brice

  • :)

    By Jbgriffith
    This Song is great love it!!
  • amazing

    By cjennings25
    an amazing song!!!!
  • Hard to Love-Lee Brice

    By Msamy323
    Awesome song....I understand there was another version, but I just heard this the other day and instantly fell in love with thus version. Heartfelt lyrics, combined with fantastic acoustic performance....great job!! Absolutely love this song!!
  • Amazzzzzzzzinnnnnnnn

    By Summerholic
    Such a great song already and the acoustic makes it even better if that's possible but either way I love this song to death and when it first came out a lot of people Thought it was garbage but it's still amaaaazzzzzzziiiiiiinnnnnn
  • Great!

    By Dragonlover93
    i love this song. It makes it even better now that there is an acoustic version <3

    By SteveO19195
    Unbelievable. This song was straight fire to start with, and now this just brings it to a whole new level

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