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Music Video: Whiskey Lullaby (feat. Alison Krauss)

Artisit: Brad Paisley

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2004
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 5:23

  • Copyright: Brad Paisley

Music Video For Whiskey Lullaby (feat. Alison Krauss) By Artist Brad Paisley

Reviews For Whiskey Lullaby (feat. Alison Krauss) By Artist Brad Paisley

  • A duo from heaven

    5
    By Seamus Macon
    What a heart gripping experince; Brad and Alison's voices blending perfectly to present a heart wrenching story of real life. Brings a tear to the eye, even for an old man like me.
  • Depressing

    2
    By Sorceress Mickey
    This song is so sad, because Brad and Alison are getting their fans' attention about the consequences of alcoholism. Some people do croak from alcoholism. It's twice as depressing as "Our Town" Performed by James Taylor from the Cars Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. I'm just making a comparison.
  • Best song ever!!!!

    5
    By Pll_lover9
    So sad, but so so good!!!
  • best

    5
    By Corvin124
    The best music video everrrrrr!!!!!!!!
  • Great song but...

    5
    By ParamedicStat
    I'm not sure that people realize this song is about a cheating wife! I never realized it until I saw the video. EXCELLENT song, but be careful with dedications...
  • Omg

    5
    By Heavy hearted 2012
    This is for my daughter n he x fiancé who passed away ! He dedicated it to her! R. I. P. lance corporal GJM September 2012!
  • Beautiful

    5
    By Kitty Lover 55555
    The song is sad and amazing on its own, but the video adds a whole new level of saddness and amazing ness. My favorite duet!
  • Sad

    5
    By P.F. Adict
    Amazing combo of singers... For you who said to put the drink down, it's not that easy. My best friends dad was an alcoholic and her and her mom had to move away from him cause he wouldn't leave them alone. And he ended up killing himself. It's so sad, alcoholism, and there's finally a good song about it.
  • Shorter

    1
    By luckycanuck41
    Instead of the 6:44 minutes video, iTunes is only giving us 5:21 minutes. Buy it somewhere else, get the full story in this beautiful song, by talented artists!
  • :) AMAZING!!!!

    5
    By Layla129
    Great song! Buy it. If u like country music, u will luv this!!!

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