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Thinkin' About Trisha

This CD has three major country hits on it. "You Can Sleep" was a minor hit on country radio. "Thinkin' About You" and "Xxx'x and Ooo's" are on her Songbook album Greatest Hits. I think it should have also added "I Wanna Go Too Far" to it, but you can always add it to your collection here. This is classic Trisha work and a must have for any Trisha fan.

It's been 14 years...

...and I still enjoy this CD... I've been listening to this CD since I was 2 and own it.. I remember during summers being in the car with my mom with the windows down singing along to Xxx's and Ooo's (An American Girl) Now being 15, almost 16, I still ride in the car and sing along with my mom...


trisha is an amazing singer and she has done it again!


Born: September 19, 1964 in Monticello, GA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the most popular female country singers of the '90s, Trisha Yearwood initially rose to fame as a protégée of Garth Brooks but quickly staked out her own identity as an assertive yet vulnerable modern woman. Yearwood was born in the small town of Monticello, Georgia in 1964 and grew up on a farm owned by her father, who also worked as a prominent local banker. She loved Elvis Presley as a child and sang in musicals, choral groups, and talent shows while in school. She enrolled at the University...
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