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Ok, I added SheDAISY's singles list based off what I found on CMT.com, shedaisy.com and the internet. I'm not sure if the first several are correct or not datewise and if you have any corrections, please feel free to correct me.
I made some tweaks to the singles list. "I'm Taking The Wheel" peaked at #22, not #21, and "This Woman Needs" was a #7, not a #9. I also snipped the Christmas singles that didn't chart, as well as "American Housewife" which didn't chart either. Also, I switched some around to reflect the correct order. TenPoundHammer 19:34, 5 March 2007 (UTC)
God bless the Canadian housewife?
Yes, I did say Canadian, online, I encountered a version of God bless the American housewife which has the word American substituted with Canadian, obviously, this was intended for release in Canada but is there a story behind that or something. I didn't even know they played country music in Canada.
Faris b 03:16, 6 October 2006 (UTC)
Too much praise and criticism
- I've deleted a whole bunch of the article - Mostly the stuff that contained excessive praise or stuff that is not relevant. Hope that's ok. (HowIFeel 07:09, 25 November 2007 (UTC)) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Happychick13 (talk • contribs)
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