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PlayFreedom's Never Free (feat Paul Shaffer)

by Tim Montana

Uploaded: April 7, 2010
Duration: 4m 16s

Comments for Freedom's Never Free (feat Paul Shaffer)

Portrait of Triver
Garth Brooks intro, Bon Jovi Progression, not original at all. Checked out your website, more like gangsta hillbilly with the wrong attitude. You can sing but you sure aint for real. Try making music instad of money.

Portrait of WaywardHero
I'm gonna have to agree with Rich Warne's comment; it's a crossover track in the same vein as "Who Says You Can't Go Home", and it's a great end product that deserves respect rather than labeling. I'm a big fan of how it came out.

Portrait of brattitch
Anybody listening to the lyrics knows this is not country as much as it is American. You can feel this guy sing these words from his soul, very well done. Thrown off a little by over-powering back up vocals toward the end, took away from what the lead was feeling but overall this is an awesome song... much respect!

Jovi and Jessica nettles anyone? STOP VOTING IT DOWN CAUSE ITS COUNTRY!!! DOnt be ingnorant.. VOTE FAIR!

Portrait of GavelGod
Not full on country. Tim's hat in his picture is fooling people. This has some southern rock in it.

oh my niiice vocals.. I likes
almost sounds like a Jovi tune.. wanted dead or alive!

Portrait of JasperJones
I hear a little Garth Brooks 'When The Thunder Rolls' in this one. I like the vocals a lot though.

Portrait of TheBull_Rocks
I think that some people have forgotten that Bon Jovi likes country. In fact, they have written country songs. Nothing wrong with this one. Kind of Guns and Roses "Civil War".

Too country for me.

Seriously, kotfu? Quite the dramatic comment. Country/crossover country isn't my favorite, but certainly a tolerable genre.

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