Rebecca Lynn Howard (born April 24, 1979) is an American country music artist. She has charted seven singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, and has released three studio albums. Her highest-charting single, "Forgive", peaked at No. 12 on the country music charts in 2002. She is a founding member of the country-rock group Loving Mary
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This Kentucky native wrote/co-wrote ten of the 12 songs on the CD. Like too many major-label releases from Nashville in the '90s, Howard's album suffers from an obviously formulaic approach to the assemblage of material. Songs like "You're Real," "Melancholy Blue," and "Believe It or Not" aren't country tunes at all, but tiresome adult contemporary ballads, while "Jesus, Daddy and You," a ridiculous lyric, is evidently intended to nail down the Christian Coalition demographic.
Cifra: Principal (violão e guitarra). Tom: B (forma dos acordes no tom de A) Capotraste na 2ª casa. D E A D E A D What a shame the whole world didn't stop turning it's burning you up inside, E A D E A D E A D Too bad you're so full of pride, what a pity no body understands you, E A D E A D - E-A A complicated man who, knows he's always
Phone rings 2 am Oh, no here we go again Its you on my caller ID In the middle of a catasify How many times can your heart break? I've heard all that I can take. What a shame The whole world can stop turning Its burning you up inside Too bad you're so full of pride. What a pity Nobody understands you A complicated man who Knows hes always right. What a shame What a pity What a pity What a shame. What a shame Oh, what a pity What a shame What a pity What a shame. What a shame Burning you up inside Too bad you are so full of pride. What a shame, Lord knows What a pity What a shame, Lord knows What a pity.
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Rebecca Lynn Howard (born April 24, 1979 in Salyersville, Kentucky) is an American country music artist.