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Music Video: Girl Named Tennessee

Artisit: NEEDTOBREATHE

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:01

  • Copyright: NEEDTOBREATHE

Music Video For Girl Named Tennessee By Artist NEEDTOBREATHE

Reviews For Girl Named Tennessee By Artist NEEDTOBREATHE

  • Don

    1
    By lawson71
    I've been a fan of NTB ever since 'Daylight'... I've loved the passion in their voices, the inspiring lyrics such as "Lay 'em down" and "These Hard Times". And I LOVED this song! But, after watching a minute into this music video... I was shocked! I'm a christian. I like the fact of having Christians in a band, and not just a 'Christian Band'. But most 'Christians' I know wouldn't put this kind of thing into a music video. And I don't want to judge... but, NTB, I am extremely dissapointed in this music video.
  • Great song

    5
    By Mobles21
    Ok first off, I'm a Christian, and I love NTB, because they are not fake, they sing about things that are real, fun, and SOUTHERN! I've heard them interviewed before, and bear said they are not a Christian band, but a band of Christians! I couldn't love that idea more! Only problems I have with this video is the inmodestly dressed dancers. But I ain't gonna judge! Great catchy song!
  • Great song! Great band!

    5
    By Krcarter28
    People shouldn't look down on Needtobreathe just because all their songs aren't Christian. Most people don't only listen to or write Christian songs. They're musicians, not saints. It's a great song!
  • Disappointed

    2
    By Takethechallenge
    Eh, not a good video for a "Christian" band.
  • Seriously disappointed...

    1
    By Ali Baird
    Wow... I am very disappointed in this music video! Needtobreathe needs to pick which side their going to be on... Christian music or Secular! You can only stand the fence for so long!
  • Charleston, SC

    5
    By adamhucks
    This is AMAZING! Keep it up guys. Charleston misses you!
  • Great video! Coolest yet!

    5
    By GrowingFernz
    I love this song, it's one of the best tracks on the outsiders album plus Taylor Swift is in it!

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