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Staley from Dallas, TxThis kind of sluggish, soulful song really highlights Billy Currington"s sexy voice. Next best are mid-tempo, humorous songs (like "Good Directions"). Then more pounding rock-ish songs. He"s sexy whatever before he"s singing, though, also if he does have actually Crazy Eyes.view more comments
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