- Strong Heart is the tenth album of original recordings by Patty Loveless. The album was released on August 29, 2000 in the United States. It first charted on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart on September 16 (peaking at #13), and remaining on the charts for 34 weeks until May 19, 2001.
- Strong Heart is a Korean talk show or talk battle on channel SBS. Strong Heart airs from Tuesday, 11:50pm to Wednesday, 12:30am. About twenty star guests from Korea tell strong stories that make people cry or laugh. The best storyteller wins the show. Lee Seung Gi and Kang Ho Dong host the show.
- “Strong Heart” is a 1986 song written by Tommy Rocco, Charlie Black, and Austin Roberts and recorded by T. G. Sheppard. “Strong Heart” was Sheppard’s fourteenth and last number-one on the U.S. country singles chart. The single spent one week at the top of the chart in August 1986.
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strong heart quotes – Strong Women,
Mr. Brownlow Quote
"I have not made a deep coffin of my heart, and sealed it up for ever* on my best affections. Deep affliction has only made them stronger; it ought, I think, for it should refine our nature."
I was really struck by those words as I read them. Nobody talks like this anymore. I’m not even sure that’s a common sentiment. Though Kelly Clarkson might disagree…
Set against the backdrop of the Puget Sound, WA.
*Not a typo. That’s how it was printed.
It takes a strong heart to love, but it takes an even stronger heart to continue to love after it’s been hurt.
strong heart quotes
Drawing from his own story and the stories of husbands whose marriages were dissolving, Ken Nair reveals major problems in life and marriage. After discussing the problems, he reveals relationship altering concepts which not only will revive a marriage, they will radiate throughout couple’s lives as well.