LEE ANN WOMACK: I ALWAYS BELIEVED I COULD DO IT

In an interview with Country Music Magazine, Lee Ann Womack explains her theory on how she has become such a success. "I always believed I could do it," she says. "I didn't know if I would, because maybe God wouldn't see fit to let me have what I wanted so badly. But I always knew that I could."

She also says that when someone tells her that she can't do something, it only serves as a reason for her to work even harder to achieve her goals. On her career she says, "I'd rather have a career more like Willie Nelson than Faith Hill. Or you might say I'd rather be like Ricky Skaggs than Garth Brooks."

ee Ann also reveals that the movie "Coal Miner's Daughter" inspired her to perform. "I hate to sound weird, but [when I watched it, it] was like a calling. I knew then what I was meant to do."

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