Reba McEntire’s “Just Like Them Horses” was never intended to be on her record, and she didn’t seem willing to make it a single prior to the album release. As so often happens with songs that cut so deep they bleed, however, an overwhelming response made giving a larger audience a chance to hear it the only option.
It's a credit to both LeAnn Rimes and Trisha Yearwood, who both handled an uncomfortable situation with so much class, never (as far as we know) making their competition for the song "How Do I Live" personal. At the 1998 Grammy Awards, Rimes performed the song and then stood off stage to learn if she would win the Best Female Country Vocal Performance award.
Dear Candidates of the United States Presidential Election,
Greetings! I am just a small-time editor from a small town in a state that probably will have no little to no bearing on your race to become the next Commander in Chief. Nonetheless, I am writing this open letter to you, not in hopes that you will change your campaign tactics (because it's a very foul game that must be played) but in hopes that I will appeal to your conscience - especially that part that your Momma should have taught you at an early age: respecting other human beings.
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