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Music Video: Hallelujah

Artisit: Carrie Underwood & John Legend

  • Genre: Holiday
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:07

  • Copyright: Carrie Underwood & John Legend

Music Video For Hallelujah By Artist Carrie Underwood & John Legend

Reviews For Hallelujah By Artist Carrie Underwood & John Legend

  • Would buy ,but for john l

    2
    By frannieclarekf
    Sorry pretty song love Carrie Underwood, but can’t make me buy because of his political theatrical views. Really don’t believe anyone should voice to much who is not a politician that need to state their views to minors or really anyone else. I really just want to hear music, keep it to their friends and family. The music and actors over the last 10 years have lost me as a fan. It’s really to bad.
  • Love Carrie but not John legend

    1
    By jeffzemirah
    Carrie why would you lower yourself and sing with this man
  • Wow!!!

    5
    By aqiljooma47
    Carrie Underwood as an Angel... not far from the truth! Beautiful video in every way. Instant classic!
  • CU BABYY

    5
    By zncox
    Can’t beat it with a stick. Will be a Christmas staple in the years to come!
  • Amazing

    5
    By Hershey Kind the fifth
    Beautiful❤️❤️❤️
  • Phenomenal

    5
    By KaliMarin3
    Their voices together are just amazing. Literally angels singing.
  • Beautiful

    5
    By lsordel
    This song delivers a beautiful and relevant message that’s important for everyone to hear heading into a unique holiday season no matter what your religious affiliation is. Their vocal ranges on this original song will give you chills. The lyrics “Ooh let there be peace on earth, Let the lonely join together, let them know their worth, Ooh let the children know there’s a brighter day ahead let’s hold onto hope” will take your breath away.

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