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Music Video: Heartbeat

Artisit: Carrie Underwood

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2015
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:02

  • Copyright: Carrie Underwood

Music Video For Heartbeat By Artist Carrie Underwood

Reviews For Heartbeat By Artist Carrie Underwood

  • Amazing

    5
    By Inferno__Beast
    AWSOME
  • Beautiful!

    5
    By aqiljooma47
    It’s just beautiful! The video, the voice, the lyrics, and off course the woman who sings it. I fall more in love with this song each time i hear it. It’s one for the ages. A sensational romantic ballad for the ages. Congrats Carrie on another win!
  • UNBELIEVABLE!!!!!

    5
    By spinkersponker man
    Just listen to the words! What a GREAT Love Song and what a video. The video just makes the song more poinient. Once again Carrie comes through! What a talent! Her writing skills really come through in each and every song she does! Keep it up Carrie! Can't wait to see whats next!
  • AMAZING VIDEO

    5
    By Pffgyg
    This song is AWESOME and so is the video!
  • Always awesome

    5
    By DGgwdSC
    She never lets you down!! Stunning voice
  • Heartbeat!!!

    5
    By Boxer Dad
    Amazing song and amazing video!!!!
  • An Enchanted Forest✨

    5
    By This album though
    Carrie Underwood has turned this love song into something very powerful. No doubt she had the voice but the video shows a more vulnerable side to her. Heartbeat is the second single off "Storyteller" and probably the best single off of the fifth studio album and by far, in my opinion, the best one yet💟

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