Lee Brice’s “I Don’t Dance” Video Shows Scenes From His Own Wedding

Lee Brice’s latest single, “I Don’t Dance,” is a special one, in terms of the songs he’s had a hand in writing. This one was written about his wife, Sara Reeveley, and how his love for her transformed him into a guy who would happily dance with her at their wedding, and it's certain to be soundtrack a lot of couples' big days in the future. In the new video for the song, you can see footage from Lee and Sara’s wedding, and their smiling faces as they have their first dance.

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