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* DrivenToSuicide: According to writer Gretchen Peters, this happens to the man in "On a Bus to St. Cloud", whose face the narrator swears that she sees in every crowd.


* TechnicianVersusPerformer: She is Technician to her husband's Performer; while she does well onstage, she freely admits that she's got nothing on Garth when it comes to sheer stage presence, charisma, and performing ability. But while Garth has a voice that is decent-but-not-spectacular -- his success is due entirely to his ''performance'' ability -- Trisha's has been cited as one of the best the genre has ever seen.

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* TechnicianVersusPerformer: She is the Technician to her husband's Performer; while she does well onstage, she freely admits that she's got nothing on Garth when it comes to sheer stage presence, charisma, and performing ability. But while Garth has a voice that is decent-but-not-spectacular -- his success is due entirely to his ''performance'' ability -- Trisha's has been cited as one of the best the genre has ever seen.


* TechnicianVersusPerformer: She is Technician to her husband's Performer; while she does well onstage, she freely admits that she's got nothing on Garth when it comes to sheer stage presence, charisma, and performing ability. But while Garth has a voice that is decent-but-not-spectacular, Trisha's has been cited as one of the best the genre has ever seen.

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* TechnicianVersusPerformer: She is Technician to her husband's Performer; while she does well onstage, she freely admits that she's got nothing on Garth when it comes to sheer stage presence, charisma, and performing ability. But while Garth has a voice that is decent-but-not-spectacular, decent-but-not-spectacular -- his success is due entirely to his ''performance'' ability -- Trisha's has been cited as one of the best the genre has ever seen.

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* TechnicianVersusPerformer: She is Technician to her husband's Performer; while she does well onstage, she freely admits that she's got nothing on Garth when it comes to sheer stage presence, charisma, and performing ability. But while Garth has a voice that is decent-but-not-spectacular, Trisha's has been cited as one of the best the genre has ever seen.


* CoverVersion: ''Let's Be Frank'' is composed entirely of Music/FrankSinatra covers except for one song[[That one song is "For the Last Time", which Yearwood co-wrote with her husband Garth Brooks and which talks about how she's in love for the last time in her life with him; it made this album because it is of a similar style to Sinatra's music, instead of her normal country sound.[[/note]].

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* CoverVersion: ''Let's Be Frank'' is composed entirely of Music/FrankSinatra covers except for one song[[That song[[note]]That one song is "For the Last Time", which Yearwood co-wrote with her husband Garth Brooks and which talks about how she's in love for the last time in her life with him; it made this album because it is of a similar style to Sinatra's music, instead of her normal country sound.[[/note]].


* CoverVersion: ''Let's Be Frank'' is composed entirely of Music/FrankSinatra covers except for one song.

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* CoverVersion: ''Let's Be Frank'' is composed entirely of Music/FrankSinatra covers except for one song.song[[That one song is "For the Last Time", which Yearwood co-wrote with her husband Garth Brooks and which talks about how she's in love for the last time in her life with him; it made this album because it is of a similar style to Sinatra's music, instead of her normal country sound.[[/note]].


* NotStayingForBreakfast: "Walkaway Joe": Somewhere in a roadside motel room/ Alone in the silence she wakes up too soon/ And reaches for his arm/ But she'll just keep reachin' on...

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* NotStayingForBreakfast: "Walkaway Joe": Somewhere Joe":
-->Somewhere
in a roadside motel room/ room\\
Alone in the silence she wakes up too soon/ soon\\
And reaches for his arm/ arm\\
But she'll just keep reachin' on...

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* ModestyTowel: The video for "There Goes My Baby" opens with her wearing one.

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Her songs have appeared on the soundtracks of TV shows like ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'', ''Series/{{Ellen}}'' and ''Series/{{Nashville}}'' and movies like ''Film/ConAir'' and ''Stuart Little''. And she has also appeared as a guest actor on ''Series/DrQuinnMedicineWoman'' and ''Series/{{JAG}}''.

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* TheOneThatGotAway: "There Goes My Baby":
-->He was the kind of guy who loved so unselfishly\\
And everyone could see what a prize he was\\
Everyone but me\\
I must be blind\\
I must be the kind who don't know what they have\\
'Til they're all alone and sad\\
There goes my baby...


* LoveNostalgiaSong: "Georgia Rain".

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* LoveNostalgiaSong: "Georgia Rain".Rain", "The Song Remembers When"


* CoverVersion: ''Let's Be Frank'' is composed entirely of Music/FrankSinatra covers[[note]]with one exception, a song written by Creator/GarthBrooks entitled "For the Last Time"[[/note]].

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* CoverVersion: ''Let's Be Frank'' is composed entirely of Music/FrankSinatra covers[[note]]with covers except for one exception, a song written by Creator/GarthBrooks entitled "For the Last Time"[[/note]].song.


* YourCheatingHeart: "In Another's Eyes".


* CoverVersion: ''Let's Be Frank'' is composed entirely of Music/FrankSinatra covers.

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* CoverVersion: ''Let's Be Frank'' is composed entirely of Music/FrankSinatra covers.covers[[note]]with one exception, a song written by Creator/GarthBrooks entitled "For the Last Time"[[/note]].


* YourCheatingHeart: "In Another's Eyes".

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* YourCheatingHeart: "In Another's Eyes".Eyes".
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