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Music Video: Good Time

Artisit: Alan Jackson

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 6:20

  • Copyright: Alan Jackson

Music Video For Good Time By Artist Alan Jackson

Reviews For Good Time By Artist Alan Jackson

  • a great video

    5
    By yellow pages20
    this is a very good if not great video
  • country lady

    5
    By last but not
    energetic and fun
  • Kt9834

    5
    By Kt111111
    I saw it on cmt and I had to have the best!!!!!! <3
  • Great song, great video

    5
    By Bonnell04
    Apparently Nashville is full of exremely good looking - line dancing women. Great video!
  • this one

    5
    By abjammin
    always makes me smile...so many different people just having fun!
  • Linedancing

    5
    By starry58
    I love it!! I love Alan Jackson too and the reason he did it. I am glad I bought the video. I have always been a fan of linedancing. Now if I could just get someone to teach me I would be really happy.
  • Awesome song!!!!!!

    5
    By NH Gal Em
    I love alan jackson this song is awesome Keep up the good work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<3<3<3<3<3
  • are u ready for a good time

    4
    By 4kids
    i really had a good time listening to this song and music video.....Alan Jackson knows how to have a good time too hahah
  • Good Time

    5
    By HighPlains7
    Alan Jackson at his best! This is a really fun video.
  • GOOD TIME

    4
    By scottyp1134
    This is a great video! Looks like a lot of fun! I just wish iTunes offered the version without the TV reporters coming on in the middle of the song.

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