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Music Video: Back (with Jake Owen)

Artisit: Colt Ford

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:00

  • Copyright: Colt Ford

Music Video For Back (with Jake Owen) By Artist Colt Ford

Reviews For Back (with Jake Owen) By Artist Colt Ford

  • You should like colt ford

    By Country boy11223
    If you like Colt ford your not a good man your a great one.
  • Love this song!!!

    By Cherezade
    This song really takes you back, I have always love Jake's work and did not know Colt I downloaded this video because I absolutely love the song, the lyrics, the rhythm everything about it is just great. I would have liked to see Jake in the video though that is why my 4 stars and not 5, other than that great work!!
  • Colt Ford is REAL.

    By Koch Logistics Kuefler :)
    The people that talk negatively about Colt Ford are missing the point that he actually speaks from the heart. He's not like all the other guys who have 6 guys in the studio making hits for them. He's pouring his own experiences and emotions into songs and I think that is what makes him great.
  • Great song Colt Ford feat. Jake Owen

    By Tj n.
    Back love it
  • Sean C

    By Sean Curry
    Awesome song!! It takes you Back to when I was a kid man how much simple life was back then GREAT JOB COLT
  • Back

    By Tapfarm man
    Great music video! Colt ford and Jake Owen are both amazing!

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