I Hope You Dance

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Rutledge Hill Press, 2000 - Self-Help - 72 pages
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Named the CMA song of the year, I Hope You Dance is a challenge to make the most out of life: "And when you get the choice to sit it out or dance, I hope you dance."

This beautiful gift book by the Nashville team that wrote the song includes a CD with an acoustic version recorded especially for this book by Lee Ann Womack. This is the perfect gift not only for fans of Lee Ann Womack, but for a new graduate, for someone that needs encouragement, or for anyone who needs or wants to participate in the dance of life.

"If you can figure out a way to keep the energy and gumption and fire alive, you'll always stay young. And where there's youth, there's hope... where there's hope, there's wonder... where there's wonder, there's faith... where there's faith, there's chance... where's there chance, there's love ...where there's love, there's music... and dancing. So in my heart of hearts, I hope you dance."

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I Hope You Dance

User Review  - starnac53 - Overstock.com

I Hope You Dance a book that I truly feel is a wonderful gift and a wonderful way to wish the best for your kids future. The books were a great gift and great value thru Overstock.com.Thank you. Read full review

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User Review  - Phoenix333 - LibraryThing

This is a book and CD that my late mother bought for me as a gift. It has very special meaning to me now that she has passed away, because I rememeber her love and hopes for me through these song ... Read full review

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About the author (2000)

Mark D. Sanders is a songwriter and father and soccer coach who lives in Nashville with his wife, Cindy, and children. He's had #1 songs recorded by George Strait, Faith Hill, Lee Ann Womack, Alan Jackson and a slew of others.

Tia Sillers is a songwriter and a gardener who counts her parents among her best friends. When not writing, she follows her recording-artist husband around the globe. She's had hits with the Dixie Chicks, Kenny Wayne Shepard, Pam Tillis, Alan Jackson and Lee Ann Womack.

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