Blake Shelton - I Lived It (Official Music Video)
From the album Texoma Shore
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Warner Music Nashville’s Blake Shelton is a country music heavyweight with over 25 #1 hit songs like “God Gave Me You”, “Boys 'Round Here”, “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking”, “Honey Bee” and “I’ll Name The Dogs”. His iconic catalog also includes 6 #1 albums such as Red River Blue, Bringing Back The Sunshine, If I’m Honest and Texoma Shore. A celebrated singer, songwriter, musician and coach of Team Blake on hit TV show “The Voice”, Blake has redefined what it means to be an entertainment superstar. And if that weren’t enough, Blake also dabbles in the finer things by way of his Ole Red bar and restaurants, inspired by hit song "Ol' Red", and his award-winning Smithworks vodka. With every turn, Blake continues to expand his own and country music's horizons.
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This song helps me on hard day because my uncle lived a long time of having cancer and he was in the army he was a guy that theres not alot of I love you uncle Kenneth💗💗💗
Info about kennth,
He was helpful,kind,did not let no one down,he loved everyone,he was blessed by god,he loved kids,he lived to be 72 years old,pasted on july 30 2018,live in ark city. I love and miss you so much. Thanks blake for the clam song country boy
Wow!! I love this song! I came across it a couple months ago and it brings me right back to my child hood years. So So true, man you have to lived it and oh how I loved it. I just love country music and this one is special.
My Dad become an alcholic and drug addict my mom did what she could but we had land we were about to buy. because my grandma grew up in the country but my dad lost all that when he was young due to my granpa being a pedophile. So my point is when i lost that i still had my aunts ranch. but was forced to move to the city so my mom could find work she became an Rn i was took out of the country but the country never left me! Thank You Jesus. At least i moved to bakersfield tho!
Thank you for this song sir. I sure do miss the good 'ol days. I grew up in a small town with my brother my uncle and my mom who was a single mom the whole time. Miss that town a ton. I left it after my mom got with my step-dad (now legal dad) who is in the army. Being a military child means moving around all over the place so I'm left with just memories. Wouldn't replace the life I'm livin now for anything tho. With my childhood closing to an end I'm gunna enlist into the military for a short while and move back home. Miss that place so much. Like I said, thank you so much Mr. Shelton
Most people today don't believe what life was like in previous generations and dismiss it as insanity, sad imho.
Life in any previous generation is always far more difficult, that is why it is continually getting easier, those of us who don't want others to have as hard of a life as we did, yet we always seem to have some who go the opposite way wanting to make things far more difficult than they ever were, those are the crazy ones if you ask me.
im not from the US ...but in my heart i feel it like im born and raised there, in the most beautiful place on the world...south...couse coutry is my life, in my heart...love you all country fans and God bless ya all <3
We all know those singers who you've heard a couple of song by them and someone says hey do you know rhis singer and you just yhea I've heard a song of theirs but not blake shelton he is the moat amazing singer of all time whither your comparing him to a pop, hip hop, or even another country singer he will always win 💚💚💚💚💚💚💚💚
This mother fucker is way too good looking with amazing voice and luck I just wish i had just his voice and talent as human being I do love this man with all my heart and godless him I wish after he die i can n his body to to sell to national museum to collect money to pay my depth and survive.Amen
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