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I love you!!

This is the greatest song ever written. The video is outstanding! BUY

RE Epic Moment

These men have not yet begun to fight. Don't count them out.

A well writen song, but the epic moment was dashed.

I have listened to quite a few of their songs. I own quote a few. "Ride" happens to be the closest one to my heart yet. The song was so well preformed that it was used quite a few times. Apearing in scrubs as well. The song was a monument, but the video seemed to do nothing but bash my hopes. I felt more could have been done, but the combination of the song and an well releated video to the lyrics lead to an overall score of four stars. Worth buying, but it is better if you take it by the song than the video.

Biography

Born: 1974 in Nashville, TN

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

Wry, thoughtful singer/songwriter Cary Brothers broke into the mainstream with the single "Blue Eyes," a gorgeously articulate ballad he contributed to 2004's Grammy-winning, hip-artist-showcasing Garden State soundtrack. Born in 1974 to a watercolorist mother and surgeon father, Brothers eschewed the sounds of his native Nashville in favor of Britpop artists like the Cure and the Smiths. Brothers attended college at Northwestern University in the early '90s, where he met Zach Braff, the writer,...
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