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Lee Ann Womack performs Keith Urban We're All 4 The Hall
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Best Comeback: Lee Ann Womack

No one has come close to filling the void left by Lee Ann Womack's absence from country radio these past five years. So it was hardly a disappointment that none of us knew the words to the first song on her set, as the radiant singer explained it was written for an album out this fall. (Finally!) Staying true to tradition, as the Texas native most always does,"The Way I'm Livin'" sounded like an old Merle Haggard song, just with an angel delivering the devilish lyrics. "You know I'd change if I could, but being bad, it feels so good," she sang. We've missed you, Lee Ann. 

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