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It may have been a minute since you’ve heard him, but the memories of Bryan White’s high tenor voice will always be familiar to us ’90s country fans.

Many of us first heard him singing this impossibly sweet love song, “Rebecca Lynn.” It’s a time-honored story of a young boy and girl meeting in 2nd grade and then growing up to get married and start a family of their own.

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The two kids portraying Rebecca Lynn and her suitor are just adorable, and the story continues with older actors playing the same couple as they welcome their daughter, Laura Jean.

“Rebecca Lynn” was Bryan’s second No. 1 hit in a row following his first chart-topper, “Someone Else’s Star.” Both songs were included on Bryan’s self-titled 1994 album. He would go on to have two more No. 1 hits, “So Much for Pretending” and “Sittin’ on Go.”

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If you’re one of the millions of people who bought Shania Twain’s 1997 album, “Come on Over,” you’ve heard Bryan singing the powerhouse duet vocal on “From This Moment On.” That duet went on to become a Top 10 country hit in 1998.

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