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Music Video: It's Five O' Clock Somewhere

Artisit: Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:48

  • Copyright: Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett

Music Video For It's Five O' Clock Somewhere By Artist Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett

Reviews For It's Five O' Clock Somewhere By Artist Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett

  • It's 5 00 at home

    5
    By Eric in Manchester
    This Alan Jackson/jimmy Buffett song reminds me when I have to go home and feed my kitties mace and Tazer at that time
  • You got that right, Mr Jackson!

    5
    By drlector
    My mantra from now until the day I die. "What would Jimmy Buffett do?"
  • SongZFun

    5
    By HINERMAK
    You can tell watching the video that Alan and Jimmy are great friends, they have fun singing this song together. There's no other song that makes me feel as happy as this one does.
  • It's five o'clock somewhere

    5
    By dyhayes
    It's A great country song
  • A WINNER

    5
    By Pete Culotta
    FINS UP!! Another Great Buffett song (Alan's not bad himself) The weather is here wish you were beautiful!!
  • favorite

    5
    By shirly temble
    Hey alan Jackson you r my favorite country singer .My all time favorite songs are (when the world stoped turning,5 O'clock somewhere, and Margaritaville. U sem like your a very Christian guy & when your a Christian guy you got me on your side right away
  • Such a great feel-good song!

    5
    By Smiley98
    This song is great!!! I love listening to it when I'm sitting out in the sun, it makes me happy :)
  • Yessss the best song ever!!!!!

    5
    By m&mily kid
    I love Jimmy Buffett he's amazing. My sis is a total parrot head and we listen to him ALL the time!!!
  • Awsome song and video

    5
    By Lilbocephus
    I love it 5 stars!!
  • Asume

    5
    By Sebstianguyperson
    Even though I don't have the vid. love the song

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