Reba Mc Entire, the rodeo star who turned country songbird, knows the importance of her own "brand." The gutsy redhead with more than 20 No.
Born in Mc Alester, Okla., she was raised on a large family ranch and enjoyed traveling with her parents and siblings on the rodeo circuit where her father competed."But if each day each hour you feel that you are destined for me with implacable sweetness…"By far one of the most talented voices in South American literature, Pablo Neruda's poems make for a lasting legacy that keeps him at the forefront of modern poetry to this day.His love poems are romantic, erotic, thrilling and breathtaking — and works that anyone who has experienced love should know.Mc Entire's first hit single, "I Don't Want to be a One-Night Stand," hit the country charts at No. Two years later, she recorded her first top-20 single, "Three Sheets in the Wind."It wasn't until her break-out hit, "Just a Little Love," in 1984 that she hit mainstream country."The Queen of Country," as she is sometimes called, is known for her lively pop-tinged ballads and flashy stage performances.