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Like Only a Woman Can - Single

Brian McFadden

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Heartfelt and Real Love Song

This is Brian's first single to represent his new album, Set in Stone, and if this song is anything to go by, the album is going to be great! This is a heartfelt love song aimed at our very own Delta Goodrem and what a love song it is. I strongly advise you that if you have a special someone then this is the song for you!

Well done!

I think this song is beautiful. It shows how much Brian really does love Delta! I love both of them and i'm extremely happy for them. I think people should give Brian more credit, he's amazing. :]

A (good) suprise

I have to admit I wasn't expecting all that much... but this song is really quite touching and sweet

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Brian McFadden is an Irish pop/rock singer/songwriter who experienced international fame as an original member of the boy band Westlife from 1998-2004 before mounting a solo career that commenced with the international chart-topper "Real to Me" in 2004. Born on April 12, 1980 in Dublin, McFadden was one of the five young men assembled by A&R executive Simon Cowell in 1998 to form the boy band Westlife. During his tenure, the group released five albums — Westlife (1999), Coast to Coast (2000),...
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Like Only a Woman Can - Single, Brian McFadden
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  • $2.19
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: 01 January 2008

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