Album: Love Somebody (2015)
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  • This heartbreaking song was written by Kelly Archer, Aaron Scherz and Emily Shackelton. A duet with Jennifer Nettles, it finds both women sadly realizing that they are not the only one in one unfaithful man's life. McEntire said on Facebook. ""Enough" is a duet with my buddy Jennifer Nettles. She sang the fire out of this song, and I'm so glad she said yes to singing with me."
  • McEntire visited a similar storyline in 1993 with "Does He Love You." The duet with Linda Davis is a vocal battle in which both singers are in love with the same man and are suspicious he is being unfaithful to them.
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