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Music Video: Cowgirls Don't Cry (feat. Reba McEntire)

Artisit: Brooks & Dunn

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:46

  • Copyright: Brooks & Dunn

Music Video For Cowgirls Don't Cry (feat. Reba McEntire) By Artist Brooks & Dunn

Reviews For Cowgirls Don't Cry (feat. Reba McEntire) By Artist Brooks & Dunn

  • I love this song!!

    By Barrelracer152
    I Absolutly love this song!!! Whenever I practice barrel racing with my horse I blast to this song!!! It's my favorite song of all time!!!
  • Justin Bieber

    By Destini&Holden
    That song makes my girlfriend cry which is Megan
  • touches my soul

    By 06gmc
    song is to cool cant listen to it without cryn reba intensifies the effect love it
  • love it!

    By sebgirl233
    this music video is one of the best videos i have ever seen! i feel like it relates to what my father told me when i was little, those words help alot
  • Other Version

    By $$TJ$$
    I ain't got nothing against Reba. She's an awsome singer. But I just like the version without her better.
  • Uh????

    By GrayBGirl500
    Cowgirls Don't Cry? Sounds kinda like Big Girl's Don't Cry with stupider lyrics, doesn't it? Do they live in the old Southwest or something? Yeesh!
  • LOVE IT!!

    By countrygal94
    I always blast this song when i practice barrel racing. I LOVE IT! <3 Brooks & Dunn have to be the best country singers ever!
  • one of the best videos ever

    By CottonDoc
    If you are close with your Dad, this one really hits home. I basically can't watch it without tearing up. I think Brooks and Dunn and especially Reba really did a good job with this and should be proud of their work.
  • Love it

    By kiracat
    Love it. and Reba rocks
  • Straight to the Heart

    By Growing up country
    This video is wonderful. It's beautiful & touching. And the ending with Reba singing you can't help but shed a few tears. The last time I shed any tears on any video was "In the living years" by Mike & the mechanics. That is one video Itunes needs to work on getting. Overall This video was wonderful & as always Brooks & Dunn ALWAYS deliver the greatest hits. Worth the cost. Believe me you won't be disappointed.

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