Mother-daughter power duo "The Judds" stole the hearts of country music fans when they released unforgettable duets and snagged the title as one of the most successful country music duos the world has ever seen. While acquiring 5 Grammy Awards and a whopping 8 CMAs, Naomi Judd and Wynonna Judd had an incredible 8 year run that permanently engraved their names and success into country music history.
However, despite the unbelievable success of this duo, one particular song continues to stand out above all, as it explosively addresses, as well as promotes, peace throughout society. Titled "Love Can Build A Bridge", the fiery singers chose to produce perhaps on of the most powerful music videos we've seen throughout the extensive history of music.
The mother and daughter are seen in various nature scenes in which we are introduced to a conflict between a white, American cowboy and a Native American man. In what seems to be an attempt to order a removal of the Native Americans from their land, the video transitions into a beautiful bond in which both men can reconcile and accept each other's differences.
The sensational music video is filled with remarkable footage of kids, both Native American and white, being given the opportunity to play together and enjoy their company in harmony.
Watch the breathtaking video below and tell us what you think!
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