Leigh Glass And The Hazards - Something In The Water mp3 album
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The album was inspired by an Anne Briggs EP titled The Hazards of Love. According to the band, frontman Colin Meloy had set out to write a song with the album's title, which eventually developed into an entire album.
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Something in the Water is a song by American country music artist Carrie Underwood, from her first greatest hits album, Greatest Hits: Decade The song was released as the album’s lead single. In Something in the Water, Underwood sings about the changes in an individual’s life after baptism. Something in the Water marked Underwood’s 14th career number one single for the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart.
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Oh there's something in the water, calling my name Two beats I had no idea now the message you sent Well it ain't clear cause, I fall im in love Yes I, fall I'm in love again With you, with you. With you, with you, now with you Now I'm wondering why my force ain't clear Am I hiding behind a crystal tear And will the time stop or will the fine drop And will my footprint make the mark Well I can see the light now, as I'm stepping out the door.
Carrie Underwood performs "Something in the Water" at the CMA Awards. Terry Wyatt/FilmMagic. Underwood co-wrote more than half of the album’s 25 tracks, including Something in the Water, which was penned alongside Chris DeStefano and Brett James. Meanwhile, last night’s performance may be one of Underwood’s final appearances for some time.
|1||Something In The Water||4:09|
|5||My Own Way||3:47|
|6||Pay No Mind||3:59|
|7||Too Close To Heaven||4:46|
|10||Angel In Black||3:56|