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Have Yourself A Merry Little ChristmasThe Season For RomanceWhen The Wheels Are Coming OffStronger Than I AmI Know Why The River RunsSilent NightSomeone I Used To KnowStubborn (Pslam 151)Let's SurrenderPainlessOrphan TrainOne's A CoupleLet It Snow, Winter WonderlandLast TimeI Saw Your LightI Need YouI May Hate Myself In The MorningHe'll Be BackHe Oughta Know That By NowTalk To MeThe Christmas SongThe Man With The BagMendocino County LineThere Is A GodLord I Hope This Day Is GoodEither WayHave You Seen That GirlEverything But QuitsLast CallYou Should've LiedWhite ChristmasWhen You Gonna Run To MeWhen You Get To MeWhat I Miss About HeavenWhat Are You Doing New Year's EveWaiting For The Sun To ShineTwenty Years And Two Husbands AgoThere's More Where That Came FromA Little Past Little RockHappinessForever EverydayLonely TooIf You're Ever Down In DallasI'll Think Of A Reason LaterI'd Rather Have What We HadI Keep ForgettingI Hope You DanceI Feel Like I'm Forgetting SomethingGet Up In Jesus' NameDon't You Come Around HereDon't Tell MeDoes My Ring Burn Your FingerDo You Feel For MeBuckarooAshes By NowAm I The Only Thing You've Done WrongAfter I FallMake Memories With MeMontgomery To MemphisForever Christmas EveClosing This Memory DownBlame It On MeBaby It's Cold OutsideYou've Got To Talk To MeWhy They Call It FallingTrouble's HereThinkin' With My Heart AgainThe Preacher Won't Have To LieThe Man Who Made My Mama CryThe Healin' KindThe FoolSomething Worth Leaving BehindSome Things I KnowNow You See Me, Now You Don'tNever Again, Again
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Related Information for Lee Ann Womack Lee Ann Womack (born August 19, 1966, in Jacksonville, Texas) is a country music artist who may best be known for her 2000 crossover hit, "I Hope You Dance".Her 1997 self-titled debut album brought her onto the country music scene as a herald of a more neotraditional country music sound, in a genre that had begun to sound more pop-oriented with the likes of LeAnn Rimes, Faith Hill and Shania Twain topping the charts. The hits from that first album were "Never Again, Again&q.. read more