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Music Video: Somethin' Bad (with Carrie Underwood)

Artisit: Miranda Lambert

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 2:52

  • Copyright: Miranda Lambert

Music Video For Somethin' Bad (with Carrie Underwood) By Artist Miranda Lambert

Reviews For Somethin' Bad (with Carrie Underwood) By Artist Miranda Lambert

  • something bad

    5
    By silkybamagirl777
    love these two awesome singers
  • Perfecto

    5
    By Thedragon99w
    I must admit... I LOVED IT! it was P to the E to the RFECT!
  • Amazing!!!

    5
    By 5sos!!!
    Say your crush's name 10 times Put your hand over your heart Post to 5 videos He/she will say I like you or ask you out
  • Video suffers because the song is so bad

    2
    By Alex Benfield
    Not sure how more people aren't commenting about the general quality of the song. 2/10 at best but the video at least shows some effort.
  • Something Bad

    5
    By Dan eagle lover
    You twpo ladies are so HOT!!!!!!!and very talented,oh yea not hard to look at!!!!
  • Ehhh needs substance

    3
    By gottagogottago
    Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood are both highly talented and attractive women. I’m a fan of both of these lady’s but lyrically I’m not impressed. The song is extremely catchy and is something you could listen to as just background noise while doing something else. The song lyrically lacks almost any kind of real structure (resembles other forms of music i wont mention) and has to be listened to multiple times to actually understand what they’re literally saying and referring to ( besides “ohhhh something bad”). Country music tells a story ladies it doesn’t just infer a story is taking place.
  • ......

    1
    By Soocrafty
    I despise Carrie Underwood.
  • SOMETHIN BAD SO GOOG

    5
    By DEBTSHINE ON
    THIS SONG AND VIDEO IS OFF THE HOOK GIRLS
  • lol.

    3
    By elle111592
    Kind of like this…=) pretty good song...
  • Awesome

    5
    By stanzmusic5
    The women is Kickn ,Great Song Great Video ,Did I mention Great bass.

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