Of All of Reba’s Hits — My 20 Favorites

The day has finally arrived.  Not only will we find out what the next single is from Reba, but she’ll be performing at the Mississippi Valley Fair!

This will be my 13th Reba concert.  My first was back in 1995 and ten years later, I was fortunate enough to meet my idol.

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It’s been ten years, I wish I could be as lucky this year to meet her again.  Oh well!

After sharing a blog featuring my cherished Reba souvenirs Monday and my 20 favorite Reba album tracks or songs that were not released as singles, today I’m counting down my 20 favorite Reba hits – the songs you know from the radio.

One day, her current single, “Going Out Like That” and her new release, “Until They Don’t Love You” may make this list.  Until then, here are my favorites that I can listen to over and over and over!

Also, here are the links to the two other blogs I featured earlier this week in case you missed them!

https://anthonypeoples.wordpress.com/2015/08/03/rebas-treasures-that-should-have-been-radio-hits/

https://anthonypeoples.wordpress.com/2015/08/03/my-personal-tribute-shrine-to-reba/

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ORIGINAL POST:  DECEMBER 5, 2013

I thought long and hard about the 87 Top 40 hits that Reba has charted on the Billboard country chart and started narrowing them down to pick my favorite 20.  By the way, 60 of those Top 40 hits made it into the Top Ten.

Reba leads all women in country music with the most Top Ten hits and is tied with Dolly Parton for the most #1 hits on the Billboard Country charts with 25!

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So, here goes — my favorite 20 Reba hits!

#20

“Turn On The Radio”

Album:  “All The Women I Am” (November 2010)

Billboard Peak:  #1 (2011)

19

“Because of You” (with Kelly Clarkson)

Album:  “Reba:  Duets” (September 2007)

Billboard Peak:  #2 (2007)

18

“The Fear of Being Alone”

Album:  “What If It’s You” (November 1996)

Billboard Peak:  #2 (1996)

17

“What If”

Billboard Peak:  #23 (1997)

16

“I Don’t Think Love Ought To Be That Way”

Album:  “Feel The Fire” (November 1980)

Billboard Peak:  #13 (1981)

15

“Whoever’s In New England”

Album:  “Whoever’s In New England” (February 1986)

Billboard Peak:  #1 (1986)

14

“Wrong Night”

Album:  “If You See Him” (June 1998)

Billboard Peak:  #6 (1999)

13

“For My Broken Heart”

Album:  “For My Broken Heart” (October 1991)

Billboard Peak:  #1 (2 weeks) (1991)

12

“(You Lift Me) Up To Heaven”

Album:  “Feel The Fire” (November 1980)

Billboard Peak:  #8 (1980)

11

“Rumor Has It”

Album:  “Rumor Has It” (September 1990)

Billboard Peak:  #3 (1991)

#10 MOVIE

“Why Do We Want (What We Know We Can’t Have)”

Album:  “Behind The Scene” (December 1983)

Billboard Peak:  #7 (1983)

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“Only In My Mind”

Album:  “Have I Got A Deal For You” (June 1985)

Billboard Peak:  #5 (1985)

#8 CD

“Consider Me Gone”

Album:  “Keep On Loving You” (August 2009)

Billboard Peak:  #1 (four weeks) (2010)

This is Reba’s longest running number one song on the Billboard Country charts.

#7 MOVIE

“Falling Out of Love”

Album:  “Rumor Has It” (September 1990)

Billboard Peak:  #2 (1991)

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“And Still”

Album:  “Read My Mind” (April 1994)

Billboard Peak:  #2 (1995)

#5 CD

“Till You Love Me”

Album:  “Read My Mind” (April 1994)

Billboard Peak:  #2 (1995)

#4 MOVIE

“It’s Your Call”

Album:  “It’s Your Call” (December 1992)

Billboard Peak:  #5 (1993)

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“Somebody”

Album:  “Room To Breathe” (November 2003)

Billboard Peak:  #1 (2004)

#2 MOVIE

“We’re So Good Together”

Album:  “So Good Together” (November 1999)

Billboard Peak:  #20 (1999)

*Here is a Reba performance…

…and a video I put together for my family and of our wedding.*

#1

“One Promise Too Late”

Album:  “What Am I Gonna Do About You” (October 1986)

Billboard Peak:  #1 (1987)

So, there you have it.  Now, I want to know what your FAVORITE Reba hit is or some of your favorites.

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Reba, I love you.  Thank you for the inspiration!

Anthony

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