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Justin Timberlake Trying His Luck At Country Music Radio

11/13/2015
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(Radio.com) Justin Timberlake is going country. Sort of. With the genre paying a bit more attention to the Tennessee native these days, Timberlake is releasing his tune, "Drink You Away," to country radio.

The song appears on Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2 album, with the last single from the project being the Top 10 hit "Not a Bad Thing" in 2014.

The lyrics of the tune certain have a country message, with the chorus as follows: 'I can't drink you away / I've tried Jack, I've tried Jim / I've tried all of their friends, but / I can't drink you away / All of these rocks, I can't swim out of this skin I'm livin' in."

Listen to the tune here.

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