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Please Come To BostonLittle GirlIf You Only KnewMy Heart Has A Mind Of Its OwnRunaway HeartLighter Shade Of BlueMuddy MississippiOn This DayOut Of The BlueI'll Be Home For ChristmasWhere You End & I BeginShe Came On Like Lightnin'I Wish That I Could Tell YouThis Is My Prayer For YouDoes The Wind Still Blow In OklahomaBaby's Gone BluesHeartGood FriendsHe Gets That From MeGood Doggie, No BoneI Was Glad To Give My Everything To YouShe's The One Loving You NowWe're All AloneI'm Not That Lonely YetThat Makes Two Of Us (with Jacky Ward)Heard Her Cryin'Five Hundred Miles Away From HomeBy The Time I Get To PhoenixDon't Say Goodnight, Say Good MorningForwardEverything I'll Ever OwnEverything That You WantGlad I Waited Just For YouGod You Never CriedDon't Forget Your Way HomeAngel In Your ArmsI Like It That WayI Can See Forever In Your EyesAll The Americans Are DeadThat's When I KnewLove LandWhat Am I Gonna Do About YouJust Like Them HorsesI'll Go OnLivin' Ain't Killed Me YetGoing Out Like ThatUntil They Don't Love YouAll The Soldiers Are DeadI Don't Want To Be A One Night StandYou Lift Me Up To HeavenWith You I AmYou Really Better Love Me After ThisYou Keep Me Hangin' OnYou Can't Get A Man With A GunWhy Not TonightYou're No GoodNobody Dies From A Broken HeartTake Me BackPromise Me LoveBack Before The WarThe Only Promise That RemainsHold OnThis ChristmasO Holy NightI Won't Mention It AgainI Saw Mama Kissing Santa ClausSilent NightLove RevivalMary, Did You Know?I Wouldn't Wanna Be You'Til The Season Comes 'Round AgainTil I Said It To YouCan't Even Get The Blues No MoreI'm Not Your GirlLove Isn't Love (til You Give It Away)
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Related Information for Reba McEntire Reba Nell McEntire (born on March 28, 1955 - Kiowa, Oklahoma, USA) is a Grammy Award-winning singer and one of the best-selling country music performers of all time, known for her pop-tinged ballads that include 24 #1 hits. She has issued 28 studio albums and 13 compilations, with more than 50 million records sold as of 2007.With a contract to Mercury Records (1975), McEntire began her professional career singing heavily pop-influenced ballads, a far cry from the neotraditionalist movement she w.. read more