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Chris Stapleton Duets With Sheryl Crow On 'Tell Me When It's Over'


Sheryl Crow has released yet another track from her upcoming album, featuring country star Chris Stapleton.

Titled "Tell Me When It's Over," the Blues-y track revolves around the theme of a relationship breaking apart at the seams without the direct knowledge of the two parties involved.

"Anything's better/Than hanging 'round together/Knowing that the other one's through/And honestly, I don't think it's [the biggest we've ever seen?]/But it's feeling like we're breaking in two," Crow sings.

The singer has worked alongside upwards of 15 artists across genres in her forthcoming 17-track collection, Threads, including Stevie Nicks and Maren Morris ("Prove You Wrong"), Bonnie Raitt and Mavis Staples ("Live Wire"), Johnny Cash ("Still the Good Old Days"), Jason Isbell ("Everything Is Broken"), Keith Richards ("The Worst") and Joe Walsh ("Still the Good Old Days").

The album is set to be released via Big Machine Records on August 30, 2019.

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