Deana Carter Lyrics

Genre: Country

Deana Carter Lyrics - by Popularity

1 You and Tequila
2 That's How You Know It's Love
3 I'm Just a Girl
4 Crying
5 Before We Ever Heard Goodbye
6 The Story Of My life
7 What Makes You Stay
8 Strawberry Wine
9 Everything's Gonna Be Alright
10 Love Ain't Worth Making
11 The Boxer
12 Cover Of A Magazine
13 Are You Coming Home Today?
14 Lay Lady Lay
15 Rita Valentine
16 Girls' Night
17 Liar
18 Carol of Te Bells
19 Me and the Radio
20 She's Good for You
21 There's No Limit
22 Twice As Worth It
23 Waiting
24 Merry Christmas Darling
25 Michelangelo Sky
26 Wildflower
27 How Do I Get There
28 People Miss Planes
29 Once Upon A December
30 Ruby Brown
31 Ruby Tuesday
32 Not Another Love Song
33 I've Loved Enough To Know
34 The Train Song
35 Love Is Like A Butterfly
36 Winter Wonderland
37 You Still Shake Me
38 Angel Without A Prayer
39 How Do I Get There From Here
40 He Still Thinks I Care
41 Eddie
42 The Weight
43 I’ve Loved Enough To Know
44 To The Other Side
45 Strabarry Wine
46 Swinging
47 I Don't Want To
48 We Danced Anyway
49 Absence Of The Heart
50 Goodbye Train
51 One Day At a Time
52 He Thinks I Still Care
53 Do or Die
54 Angels Working Overtime
55 Ordinary
56 Old Man
57 Southern Way of Life
58 Brand New Key
59 In a Heartbeat
60 I'm Not Lisa
61 Colour Everywhere
62 Katie
63 Help Me Make It Through the Night
64 Dickson County
65 Atlanta & Birmingham
66 Blue Christmas
67 Boogie Woogie Santa
68 Not Anther Love Song
69 Silent Night
70 Good Hearted Woman
71 Make Up Your Mind
72 Sunny Day
73 On the Road Again
74 Count Me In
75 Getting Over You
76 I'll Be Home For Christmas
77 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
78 Did I Shave My Legs For This?
79 Never Comin' Down
80 Graffiti Bridge
81 The Girl You Left Me For
82 White Christmas
83 If This Is Love

Deana Carter Bio

Deana Kay Carter (born January 4, 1966 in Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.) is an American country music artist who broke through in 1996 with the release of debut album Did I Shave My Legs for This?, which was certified 5× Multi-Platinum in the United States for sales of over five million. It was followed by 1998's Everything's Gonna Be Alright, 2003's I'm Just a Girl, 2005's The Story of My Life, and 2007's The Chain. Overall, Carter's albums have accounted for fourteen singles, including three which reached Number One on the Billboard country charts: "Strawberry Wine", "We Danced Anyway", and "How Do I Get There".

She is the daughter of singer Fred Carter, Jr. Despite her famous father, she did not have a smooth path to a recording deal. After an initial lack of success at age seventeen, she entered the University of Tennessee, majoring in Rehabilitation Therapy and becoming a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority, and a Sigma Alpha Epsilon Little Sister.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deana_Carter