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Nicely played.

She's got a great voice. This was well done. I especially like her version of "Jolene," which showcases her talent and shows how beautiful she is... when she's not acting crazy.

I was going to post that video but figured I'd be laughed out of the park. The woman has pipes...but her behavior detracts from that at times. Promote yourself, be who you are, I'm onboard, but some messages are lost in their presentation.

At the risk of a fiery death, I actually prefer Miley's version over Dolly's. Fight me.
 

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Nicely played.



I was going to post that video but figured I'd be laughed out of the park. The woman has pipes...but her behavior detracts from that at times. Promote yourself, be who you are, I'm onboard, but some messages are lost in their presentation.

At the risk of a fiery death, I actually prefer Miley's version over Dolly's. Fight me.

I like Miley's version of Jolene better, and I like Whitney Houston's version of I Will Always Love You better than Dolly's.

So you've got the Jolene version of Miley, and then you have the 2013 VMA Blurred Lines version.

:-o

 

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On of the saddest songs ever written...

For those who are unaware, in 1991, Clapton's 4-year-old son died after falling from a 53rd-floor window New York City apartment.
He wrote it for young Conor.

 

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RTJ4 is easily the rap AOTY, it came in and straight stole it from Freddie Gibbs' Alfredo. It's honestly better than RTJ2.

@amlove21 Can't remember if you were an RTJ fan or not, have you listened to it yet?
 
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