Whatever Way It Hurts the Least

Album: Love Somebody (2015)
  • This Brandy Clark, Josh Osborne and Tommy Lee James penned song finds McEntire singing about the kind of breakup one hopes to have, if the split is inevitable. "It's sad because these people evidently were so much in love and they still love each other, it's just that they just can't live together," McEntire told Taste of Country. "They're trying to find a way for this breakup to not hurt each other."

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