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Free Download: Shelby Lynne's 'Lead Me Love'

Get a jazzy love ballad from the singer-songwriter

February 14, 2012 10:30 AM ET

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Shelby Lynne
Lisa VanHecke

Click to listen to Shelby Lynne's 'Lead Me Love'

Singer-songwriter Shelby Lynne has added a new leg to her first-ever solo acoustic tour, which will now go into the spring. Her single "Lead Me Love" is a jazzy love ballad, which she says was inspired by her belief that "giving in to love is the most vulnerable a human can be. When love takes us over and we allow it in, we are whole." Shelby Lynne's acoustic album Revelation Road is available now, and you can download "Lead Me Love" for free here.

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