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Trisha Yearwood's first single went straight to Number One. So did Faith Hill's. Terri Clark's debut missed by the top by just one small rung. And Bobbie Cryner? Her first single missed Number One by a country radio mile. In fact, none of the singles from Cryner's critically acclaimed first album became any sort of hit. That self-titled 1993 effort turned out to be her only one for Epic. Becoming a free agent, she signed with MCA and has now released the aptly titled album "Girl of Your Dreams." ...