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For My Broken HeartOnce You've Learned To Be LonelyThe Night The Lights Went Out In GeorgiaMy SisterStrangeThe Heart Won't Lie (Ft.vince Gill)Forever LoveIf I Had Only KnownWhat Do You SayWhy Haven't I Heard From YouSomebodySecret Of GivingFancyHave You Ever Cheated On MeIt's Not OverSecretBreak Each Other's Hearts AgainI'm A SurvivorI'll BeCathy's ClownEvery Other WeekendThe Greatest Man I Never KnewSunday Kind Of LoveThe Heart Is A Lonely HunterRing On Her Finger, Time On Her HandsEight Crazy Hours (story Of Love)How Was I To KnowNothing To LoseYou LieBut WhyLove Will Find Its Way To YouHow BlueLet The Music Lift You UpI'll Have What She's HavingTill You Love MeAnd StillWalk OnI Keep On Lovin' YouDoes He Love YouI Want A CowboyIs There Life Out ThereSomebody Should LeaveLittle RockWhat If It's YouYou've Got Me (Right Where You Want Me)I Don't Need Nothin' You Ain't GotCan't Stop NowRed Roses (Won't Work Now)The Great DivideI Want To Hear It From YouSo, So, So LongBefore I Met YouThe StairsBuying Her RosesTo Make That Same Mistake AgainWaitin' For The Deal To Go DownWhose Heartache Is This AnywayYou Remember MeIt Don't MatterYou're The One I Dream AboutI Don't Want To Be AloneEvery Time You Touch HerDon't You Believe HimSan Antonio Rose (1989 McCallum Theatre)Straight From YouI Wouldn't Go That FarThat's All She Wrote (Single)Jolene (1989 McCallum Theatre)I'm In Love All OverOne Thin DimeI Don't Want To Mention Any NamesOne Last Good HandDo Right By MeDon't Touch Me ThereFor Herself
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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