Little Rock

Album: Whoever's in New England (1986)
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  • In this song, Reba is singing to her diamond wedding ring. She tells the ring of her plans to leave her rich but neglectful husband. Though she does not lack for anything material, she is starved for affection and wants to give up her life of luxury to find love. >>
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    Lily - Argyle, TX
  • This was written by Bob DiPiero, Gerry House and Pat McManus. DiPiero also wrote "Church On Cumberland Road,"
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