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– KC #339 Tryin’ to Get Over You Vince Gill 1994 | Peak: #1 Listen It’s possible to attribute a morbid message to this song if you take the lyrics literally, but I think the focus was meant to be on the effects of an undying love rather than on a man who wants to die.



400 Greatest Singles of the Nineties: #350-#326 #350 How Do I Live Trisha Yearwood 1997 | Peak: #2 Listen When Yearwood and Le Ann Rimes released dueling versions of this song in 1997, it was apparently a wake up call to country listeners: “Hey, wait a minute. ” She elevates “How Do I Live” beyond its movie theme nature by adding layers of subtlety and nuance to the typical Diane Warren template.– DM #346 Ain’t Got Nothin’ On Us John Michael Montgomery 1996 | Peak: #15 Listen Montgomery is mostly known for his sappy, country-pop love songs.This is a love song, but the bluesy little number is more understated than his typical fare.Musically, a great example of Brooks’ arena-country style done right.



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