History TearJerker / RebaMcEntire

10th Dec '17 4:58:43 PM Jellybean12
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* "Every Other Weekend," a duet with Music/Kenny Chesney is sad enough by itself, about a divorced couple who only have contact with each other when they exchange children. They both regret their divorce and are still in love with each other, but say nothing because they think the other is "over it." The video, however, turns it into TearJerker territory. For fans of the [Series/Reba] television show, Joanna Garcia and Steve Howey (Cheyenne and Van) play the male and female narrators. The video also stretches the story over a period of about ''ten years,'' with the children aging from elementary age to teenagers while their parents continue to love each other from afar. The line "For fifteen minutes, we're a family again" is especially heartwrenching.

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* "Every Other Weekend," a duet with Music/Kenny Chesney is sad enough by itself, about a divorced couple who only have contact with each other when they exchange children. They both regret their divorce and are still in love with each other, but say nothing because they think the other is "over it." The video, however, turns it into TearJerker territory. For fans of the [Series/Reba] ''Reba'' television show, Joanna Garcia and Steve Howey (Cheyenne and Van) play the male and female narrators. The video also stretches the story over a period of about ''ten years,'' with the children aging from elementary age to teenagers while their parents continue to love each other from afar. The line "For fifteen minutes, we're a family again" is especially heartwrenching.
10th Dec '17 4:58:22 PM Jellybean12
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* "Every Other Weekend," a duet with Music/Kenny Chesney is sad enough by itself, about a divorced couple who only have contact with each other when they exchange children. They both regret their divorce and are still in love with each other, but say nothing because they think the other is "over it." The video, however, turns it into TearJerker territory. For fans of the Series/Reba television show, Joanna Garcia and Steve Howey (Cheyenne and Van) play the male and female narrators. The video also stretches the story over a period of about ''ten years,'' with the children aging from elementary age to teenagers while their parents continue to love each other from afar. The line "For fifteen minutes, we're a family again" is especially heartwrenching.

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* "Every Other Weekend," a duet with Music/Kenny Chesney is sad enough by itself, about a divorced couple who only have contact with each other when they exchange children. They both regret their divorce and are still in love with each other, but say nothing because they think the other is "over it." The video, however, turns it into TearJerker territory. For fans of the Series/Reba [Series/Reba] television show, Joanna Garcia and Steve Howey (Cheyenne and Van) play the male and female narrators. The video also stretches the story over a period of about ''ten years,'' with the children aging from elementary age to teenagers while their parents continue to love each other from afar. The line "For fifteen minutes, we're a family again" is especially heartwrenching.
10th Dec '17 4:57:39 PM Jellybean12
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* "Every Other Weekend," a duet with Music/Kenny Chesney is sad enough by itself, about a divorced couple who only have contact with each other when they exchange children. They both regret their divorce and are still in love with each other, but say nothing because they think the other is "over it." The video, however, turns it into TearJerker territory. For fans of the Series/Reba television show, Joanna Garcia and Steve Howey (Cheyenne and Van) play the male and female narrators. The video also stretches the story over a period of about ''ten years,'' with the children aging from elementary age to teenagers while their parents continue to love each other from afar. The line "For fifteen minutes, we're a family again" is especially heartwrenching.
20th Sep '16 1:27:04 PM JoieDeCombat
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* "Fancy" is the story of a girl whose father has run away from his family and her mother is dying and her baby sibling will probably die as well. Fancy's mother decides that the only fancy can get out of that life is if she uses her sexuality and basically become a prostitute. Not only that but there is no mention of what happens to Fancy's younger sibling other then they got taken away by welfare people and it's unlikely Fancy ever saw them again.

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* "Fancy" is the story of a an eighteen-year-old girl whose father has run away from his family abandoned her, her infant sibling, and her mother who is dying and her baby sibling will probably die as well. too ill to support any of them. Fancy's mother decides that the only fancy way Fancy can get out of that life is if she uses her sexuality and basically become a prostitute. Not only that that, but there is no mention of what happens to Fancy's younger sibling other then than they got taken away by "the welfare people people" and it's unlikely Fancy ever saw them again.
11th Aug '15 5:57:45 AM Adept
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** Her duet with KellyClarkson, "Because of You" has been known to break hearts.

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** Her duet with KellyClarkson, Music/KellyClarkson, "Because of You" has been known to break hearts.
28th Apr '14 12:31:13 PM wetcrush
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* "Fancy" is the story of a girl whose father has run away from his family and her mother is dying and her baby sibling will probably die as well. Fancy's mother decides that the only fancy can get out of that life is if she uses her sexuality and basically become a prostitute. Not only that but there is no mention of what happens to Fancy's younger sibling other then they got taken away by welfare people and it's unlikely Fancy ever saw them again.
15th Aug '13 5:14:01 AM Twentington
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3rd Mar '12 9:53:04 PM movie007
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[[Music/RebaMcEntire This country singer]] has been through a lot, and it really shows [[TearJerker in her music]].
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3rd Mar '12 9:51:46 PM movie007
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* "One Promise Too Late", in which the singer meets her soul mate but decides to stay with the husband who's never been less than good to her.
* Also, her "The Greatest Man I Never Knew" -- mourning the singer's late father.
* "Somebody's Chelsea" is about the singer meeting an old man on the plane home who tells her about his recently deceased wife and how absolutely he loved her. The title remarks that "every woman wants to be somebody's Chelsea."
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPx1HT9pqos "What Do You Say"]] starts out on a fairly whimsical note, slipping into "sad" for the second, and then the last one...get your Kleenex ready, folks.
* "She Thinks His Name Was John" is another one that'll rip your heart out and stomp on it. A woman has a drunken one-night stand and finds out he was HIV-Positive, which then turns into full-blown AIDS for her. And this was made at a time when the prevailing belief was that "good people" didn't get AIDS.
* The entire album ''For My Broken Heart'', recorded to help Reba work through her grief after her road band was killed in a plane crash.
** Her duet with KellyClarkson, "Because of You" has been known to break hearts.
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