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Lee Fields finds himself in conflict when he comes across a cunning lady that tempts him to change his "Faithful Man" ways. Taking place in a nightclub, the video shows what goes on behind the shadows. A fervent Lee takes the stage pleading to keep him from 'doing wrong.' This song is soul to the highest degree.
With the video also comes the release of a limited edition 7" for all the vinyl lovers out there.
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