I Don't Love Nobody

Album: You Can't Come Back From Heaven (2010)
  • Reed is an Americana singer/songwriter from Arizona. He told us about this song: "I was back in Tucson. Sitting on a back patio of a friend. I was strumming his guitar. The wind kicked up. It felt like the more I played the more the wind kicked up. The song lyrics are pretty true. I was thinking of long lost loves and current muses. I just realized how much better I do on tour, and when I'm always in motion, like the wind." (Learn more at Mason Reed's official site.)
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