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Music Video: Raymond

Artisit: Brett Eldredge

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:09

  • Copyright: Brett Eldredge

Music Video For Raymond By Artist Brett Eldredge

Reviews For Raymond By Artist Brett Eldredge

  • Raymond

    By Sandsu
    I saw Brett on the Blake Shelton Cruise. He told how and why he wrote this song. I hope he continues to write and sing. He is a Normal person. Never acted like he was to good to talk to you when you ran into him on the ship. I am sure he will go far, he has a great voice and I hope he makes a album soon. His show on the ship was GREAT.
  • Great story in a song

    By Terell suggs
    Great job Brett, You suceeded in not only making one heckuva song, the music video is just as great. Awsome job.
  • Hi

    By Football!!!!
    All some song
  • You made a big ol grown man cry!

    By The Full Monte
    I gotta tell ya, there has never been a music video that has touched me more. I sing regularly and play piano at local retirement facilities, I adore the little grandmas and grandpas and they love me just as much. I've worked with the elderly many times in different stages in my life and am always touched so much by those who are Alzheimer's patients. It never ever ceases to amaze me how they know the words to almost every song! It's so rewarding to see them come to life when they hear familiar music. What an amazing singer too! Pure smooth country sound and smoldering good looks! Watch out for this boy! He's gonna shoot straight to the top!! I can't wait to hear and SEE more of/from Brett Eldredge!
  • I heard this song for the first time a few weeks ago and tears rolled down my eyes.

    By DonnaMoltoBella
    Sometimes a song moves you so deeply....moments in your life flash by. Sometimes I forget that it is the tiny pieces of kindness that sometimes mean the most. This song reminds all of us, just how important it is to be kind. From where will kindness come, when we need it the most?
  • Cry Baby Cry

    By countrygirl61
    I purchased this song and now the video.Everytime I hear this song I cry.It really touches the heart and really makes us think.This guy has a great voice and can't wait to hear more from him.
  • Heart touching

    By monamonkey
    Loved this video it really touched my heart. Brett Eldredge has a great voice and I can't wait to hear more from him.

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