BLAKE'S "AUSTIN" IS A UNITER

Blake Shelton's latest song "Austin" is changing people's lives. According to the singer, a woman who had walked out on her husband years ago pulled her car over to the side of the road when she heard the tune.

In an e-mail to Shelton, the woman recalled how the song made her think about what she had done to her husband.

"He didn't know whether she was alive or dead," said Blake. "It made her realize what she had done to him and how he must feel at that moment not ever knowing what happened to her. So, she called him. And, they haven't gotten back together yet, but they had been on the phone a lot to each other and realized they still had a lot of feelings for each other. And even though there had been a lot of damage to their relationship, they were hoping to get through it and get back together."

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