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I Hope You DanceLonely TooNever Again, AgainDo You Feel For MeThe Preacher Won't Have To LieWhite ChristmasYou Should've LiedWhen You Gonna Run To MeWhen You Get To MeLast CallWhat 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 FromOrphan TrainPainlessSilent NightSomeone I Used To KnowStubborn (Pslam 151)Let's SurrenderTalk To MeThe Christmas SongThe Man With The BagThe Season For RomanceEverything But QuitsHave You Seen That GirlShe's Got YouNew AgainNever, Ever And ForeverNothing But A ChildI Found It In YouWhere Have All The Flowers GoneThe BeesTime For Me To GoIf These Walls Could TalkThe Wrong GirlSolitary Thinkin'Either WayLord I Hope This Day Is GoodThere Is A GodMendocino County LineA Little Past Little RockLiars LieThe King Of Broken HeartsI Think I KnowThe Story Of My LifeFinding My Way Back HomeOne's A CoupleAfter I FallI'd Rather Have What We HadI'll Think Of A Reason LaterIf You're Ever Down In DallasMake Memories With MeMontgomery To MemphisNow You See Me, Now You Don'tSome Things I KnowSomething Worth Leaving BehindI Know Why The River RunsI Keep ForgettingA Man With 18 WheelsAm I The Only Thing You've Done WrongAshes By NowBuckarooDoes My Ring Burn Your FingerDon't Tell MeDon't You Come Around HereGet Up In Jesus' NameI Feel Like I'm Forgetting SomethingStronger Than I AmThe FoolThe Healin' KindHappinessHave Yourself A Merry Little ChristmasHe Oughta Know That By Now
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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