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Feels Like Carolina

Parmalee

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1.1
Musta Had a Good Time
Parmalee
3:35
1.2
Day Drinkin'
Parmalee
3:14
1.3
Move
Parmalee
3:19
1.4
Close Your Eyes
Parmalee
3:34
1.5
Dance
Parmalee
3:12
1.6
Carolina
Parmalee
3:21
1.7
Think You Oughta Know That
Parmalee
3:03
1.8
Back In the Day
Parmalee
3:17
1.9
My Montgomery
Parmalee
4:07
1.10
Already Callin' You Mine
Parmalee
3:04
1.11
I'll Bring the Music
Parmalee
3:22
1.12
Another Day Gone
Parmalee
3:17
Total Playing Time    40:25
"[Feels Like Carolina] showcases a tight band with a strong ear for melodies and lyrics which suit the same part of the genre which is also home to Eric Church and Jason Aldean, among others." - Roughstock Feels Like Carolina is the major label debut album by American country music group Parmalee. The album has produced four singles with "Musta Had a Good Time", "Carolina", "Close Your Eyes", and "Already Callin' You Mine".
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Stoney Creek Records Studio Masters

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