Did you know that Chely Wright only had one top ten hit in her career? It's true. She reached #1 in 1999 with the huge smash "Single White Female," but didn't have another song to break the Top Ten on the Billboard charts. I suppose, because of that fact, I could easily have written about "Shut Up and Drive" in this week's Should Been a Hit column. After all, that's one of my favorite country songs . . . EVER. But, instead, I'm choosing "She Went Out for Cigarettes." And here's why . . .