Guest Author - Kathy Lyngholm
Duets with Faith Hill, Carole King, Ronnie Dunn and Kenny Chesney are highlights of the CD. The hit single playing on radio right now is Because of You with Kelly Clarkson. Iíll be the first to admit that I donít really care for Kenny Chesney, but the duet with Reba called Every Other Weekend is my favorite song on the CD. Everyday People with Carole King is another favorite, talking about college students heading to New Orleans to help out after the Katrina disaster and other things that happen.
When You Love Someone Like That with LeAnn Rimes talks about love thatís gone and what went wrong.
Does the Wind Still Blow In Oklahoma with Ronnie Dunn has a honky tonk feel and talks about how two people miss each other and home.
Because of You with Kelly Clarkson is the first single released and talks about how hurt has shaped the way that feelings are expressed.
Faith in Love with Rascal Flatts talks about lost love and not letting it take your faith in love away.
She Canít Save Him with Trisha Yearwood talks about how even a womans love canít save the man she loves if he doesnít want it to.
Everyday People with Carole King talks about average people stepping up and helping those in need, whether it is a hurricane or whatever comes their way.
Every Other Weekend with Kenny Chesney talks about a family that has been thru divorce and the parents exchanging the kids every other weekend and how they still love each other.
These Broken Hearts with Vince Gill talks about learning to move on after a broken heart.
Sleeping With The Telephone with Faith Hill talks about waiting and worrying about the man you love who is away fighting in a war and how to deal with it all.
The Only Promise That Remains with Justin Timberlake talks about being there for the person that you care about.
Break Each Otherís Hearts Again with Don Henley talks about wanting to be with someone that you know is going to break your heart but you just canít help yourself.