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Music Video: Jesus, Take the Wheel

Artisit: Carrie Underwood

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:42

  • Copyright: Carrie Underwood

Music Video For Jesus, Take the Wheel By Artist Carrie Underwood

Reviews For Jesus, Take the Wheel By Artist Carrie Underwood

  • Carrie Underwood is Amazing

    By KbCheetah
    Thus is a great video and Carrie looks so pretty in it.
  • Love

    By Inferno__Beast
    This 👍🏼
  • Amazing

    By Nikitacarter;)
    I love this song!!! Its great for when your down
  • Best song ever

    By MK 57
    I think carrie underwood sings this song good but,my friend hailey sings it better.i think the videos PERFECT i give this song a 5 star review!    I love to sing!!!!!! 
  • Love Carrie underwood

    By tlmay98
    I love this song can't get it out of my head!!!
  • great song but bad lip-syncing!!!

    By Bnrushlow
    she has a wonderful voice and the song is great, but her mouth is moving at a different time than the words! agh! does that drive anybody else crazy?
  • Smily face

    By Bingojumbper123
    It's a great song and it talkes about god
  • I love Carrie underwood

    By SMURFS ARE AWESOME!!!!!!!!!
    This is my favorite song it has to do with god and Jesus it is so good.
  • the baby is so cute

    By countrycountrycountry
    :) Go Carrie
  • Amazingly perfect

    By Moongodess68
    Only this voice could make this song so perfect.

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