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Since the early 1990s, Faith Hill has been one of the best-selling country artists.
She was one of the relatively few country artists to achieve massive international mainstream success, thanks to her powerful ballads and beautiful love songs.
Here are just some of Faith Hill's very best songs:
Faith teamed up with husband Tim McGraw on this track in 2007, from Tim's album of the same name.
The ballad only reached number 8 on the country charts, perhaps due to competition with solo singles from both Faith and Tim ('Lost' and 'If You're Reading This').
'Cry' was released as the first single from Faith's fifth studio album of the same name, in 2002.
It was originally written and recorded by Angie Aparo in 1999. Faith won the Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for the track in 2003.
The song crossed over to pop charts, reaching the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
This beautiful song was released in late 1995 as the second single and title track from Faith Hill's second album of the same name.
It became her third number one on the Billboard country charts, as well as her first entry to the Hot 100.
It wasn't until 2017 that Faith and Tim decided to release a whole duet album together, which contained this stunning track.
According to Faith Hill, the song reminded her of the day when she and Tim McGraw decided to get married in 1996. She said that "there was a comfort and a security about that moment that resonates in this song." Tim agreed, saying: "It's got such an intimacy to the song, and I think that's what really attracted us as well."
This was Faith Hill's first ever single, released in 1993.
It was first recorded in 1992 by country band Zaca Creek, before Faith covered it. Her version was also her first number one hit in the country charts.
This was the lead single from her 2005 album Fireflies, and it gave her yet another country number one.
Co-written specifically for Mississippi-born singer by Big & Rich's John Rich (of Big & Rich) the pop track was seen as Faith's "country comeback".
'Mississippi Girl' has been considered a spiritual country version of Jennifer Lopez' 2002 hit 'Jenny from the Block', with Faith insisting that she hadn't forgotten her roots.
Released in 2000, this was the second single from Faith's fourth studio album, Breathe.
It spent four weeks at number one on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, and also reached number six on the main Billboard Hot 100.
Faith Hill scored a big hit with this country-pop crossover track in 1999, which was the lead single from her fourth album of the same name.
It was her seventh number one on the Hot Country Songs, and reached as high as number two on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the number-one pop single of 2000.
'There You'll Be' became Faith Hill's biggest-ever song upon release in 2001. It was written by Diane Warren, and produced by Trevor Horn and Byron Gallimore.
It was recorded for the Pearl Harbor film soundtrack, and is about remembering dead people from your life and reminding yourself that they will always be with you.
Recorded for her third studio album Faith, this song was co-written by singer-songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman, and it became a massive crossover hit.
It was nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song, but lost both to 'You're Still the One' by rival Shania Twain.