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Music Video: Wasted

Artisit: Carrie Underwood

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:43

  • Copyright: Carrie Underwood

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Reviews For Wasted By Artist Carrie Underwood

  • Amazing

    5
    By Inferno__Beast
    AWSOME
  • 💙💜💚💛❤💗💋

    5
    By iCarlyfan101
    I luv it she is so beautiful! And to all you haters out there GIVE HER A CHANCE!! She made some of the best songs EVER!!!!!!! I also like her all American girl song that was so good too! But l also like Britney Spears and Carly Rae Jempsen. Carly Rae Jempsen-💛
  • Great song

    5
    By Stars1012fame
    LOVE YOU CARRIE!!!!!
  • AmAzInG

    5
    By Yello Belle
    Everything about this song is great. Especially the way you can find yourself singing along to the words whenever you hear it play.
  • Amazing!

    5
    By Taylor Joplin
    This is one of my all time favorite videos everrrr! Love the song and Carrie is beautiful.
  • to wake up one day and find....

    5
    By CokaCola890
    First of all, I love Carrie, she is really pretty, and in her music she has balance, she writes a few sad songs, she writes a few love songs, but she never writes too much about something. This song made me cry, but it also made me think about life, and how you never really know if your gonna wake up tomorrow, so you shouldn't waste time. Also it made me think about how many people suffer from drug abuse. My cousin died from drunk and alcohol abuse, and it really made me think
  • Amazing

    5
    By ruthiee13
    I really love this song. It's just so amazing. It has been playing inside my head all day.
  • Stellar

    5
    By JEFFETTE
    From the very first notes I was very moved by this song. My eyes well up with tears when she hits those high notes. I loved this song the very first time I heard it. She has so much talent and class. I lost many years doing drugs and getting drunk. Carrie is a perfect example of what you can do with your life if you live it sober. There is no stopping her . I love her
  • CarrieUnderwoodLvr

    5
    By Beans889
    She rocks my socks
  • AMAZING

    5
    By sterlingforeva!!!!
    She is so so so so so so so good!!!!!!!!!!!!

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