Reba McEntire

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What Am I Gonna Do About You

Audio Recorded by SHARONSAMUEL in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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What Am I Gonna Do About You

Audio Recorded by Janee in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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Oh Reba !!! Gotta love this lady for so many of her talents. This is ol' memory I sang by ... LOL take 2 Once was a daily cassette I listened too. thanks for stoppin' by ! j

What Am I Gonna Do About You

Audio Recorded by babydoll5851 in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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What Am I Gonna Do About You

Video Recorded by Love2Listen51 in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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Forever Love

Video Recorded by Bear50 in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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((This song was made into a AWESOME Movie with Tim Mathesin and Reba,it was on LIFETIME Channel Awhile back ago..I Cried at the end*lol* but if You have NEVER seen it..You should..LOVE This song,and Reba is AWESOME too)) Ladies must pick a Sweet song to sing to Humble the Toughest OutLaw Deadline Thurs. Jan 3rd. My PICK: Forever Love Reba Nell McEntire (born March 28, 1955) is an American country music artist and actress. She began her career in the music industry as a high school student singing in the Kiowa High School band,on local radio shows with her siblings, and at rodeos. While a sophomore in college, she performed the National Anthem at the National Rodeo in Oklahoma City and caught the attention of country artist Red Steagall. He brought her to Nashville, Tennessee, where she signed a contract with Mercury Records a year later in 1975. She released her first solo album in 1977 and released five additional studio albums under the label until 1983 McEntire has since released 26 studio albums, acquired 35 number one singles, and 28 albums have been certified gold, platinum or multi-platinum in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America. She has sometimes been referred to as "The Queen of Country", having sold more than 70 million records worldwide. In the United States, she ranks as both the seventh best-selling female artist in all genres and the seventh best-selling country artist. She is the second best-selling female country artist of all time, behind Dolly Parton, who has sold 175 million albums world wide In 1998, she starred as Lizzie Brooks in Forever Love, which was based upon McEntire's hit single of the same name.

The Heart Won't Lie

Audio Recorded by babydoll5851 & mrrick in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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Forever Love

Video Recorded by vivian294 in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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Happy New Year!!! Please press the play button of the screen below to hear the song . Hope 2013 will bring you lots of Happiness and Prosperity !!!!! Sending my Special thanks for your Friendship through all your visits of the past Year. This is my last song of 2012... This song is "Evergreen" by Susan Jackson,, I sang it yesterday,, but Sorry I couldn't post officially due to the SS license policy, - Lyrics - Sometimes love will bloom in the spring time Then my flowers in summer it will grow Then fade away in the winter When the cold wind begins to blow But when it's evergreen, evergreen It will last through the summer and winter, too When love is evergeen, evergreen Like my love for you So hold my hand and tell me You'll be mine through laughter and through tears We'll let the whole world see our love will be Evergreen through all the years But when its evergreen evergreen It will last through the summer and winter too When love is evergreen evergreen Like my love for you

Forever Love

Audio Recorded by Jewelly in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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How I love this song!! For the feature page!! Thanks for your visit!! :)Julie

Forever Love

Audio Recorded by siwel in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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Love this song would welcome comments if any

Sweet Music Man

Audio Recorded by jrnyman in the Style of Reba McEntire.
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This song has some history for me. Me and my brother did an audition back in the 70's for a guy that owned the rights for the Classics Four, a band from the 60's that had a few hits. He was trying to put a new Classics Four band together to go on the road. We got the gig but he put way to many demands on us so we passed on the deal. Six months later we heard them advertised on the radio goin on tour and we were pretty bummed, but hey thats how it goes, it is still a great memory, we were on cloud nine on the way home from his house. Anyhow, this was one of his favorite songs and I did it for the audition. We also did Ebony And Ivory at the piano and my brother Sput blew him away with a Beatles tune. Gotta love good memories.

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