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After she heard "Away in a Manger" for the first time, the record label didn't know what to do with her. "They couldn't figure out where to fit me on the schedule or how to market me," she said.
"Away in a Manger" was inspired by a visit she made to a nursing home at Christmas, where she saw lonely, old people feeling all alone, and she wanted to find a way to bring them joy.
She said she sang the song from the heart, and it has become one of her most popular Christmas songs.
"It's about being with family and the real meaning of Christmas," Brooks said in a story on NBCNews.com
Clara's career was one of the great success stories of the country music industry.
Born Clara Lou Brooks in Mansfield, Ohio, on April 20, 1932, she was the daughter of a traveling salesman and a housewife.
At age 9, she began singing in church.
In 1955, she sang the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences' first-ever college scholarship contest, and was awarded a $5,000 prize.
Brooks attended Mansfield Normal School and was teaching music by 1958.
In the 1960s, she recorded several singles, including "Love In Vain" and "Away in a Manger"
A born talent with a strong faith, this songstress has endured much in her life. She has endured illness, loss and.
During her pregnancy, Brooks went back to teaching.
In April 1966, she gave birth to a daughter, Emily, after an unsuccessful delivery that doctors attribute to.
A few months later, Brooks married Bill Cox, who became her manager. In the 1980s, she won several awards, including six Grammys.
She wrote many of her songs and has received Grammy awards for her songs "Away in a Manger", "The Thunder Rolls", "Friends in Low Places" and "Give It Away"
Her greatest gift is the one that comes from God, she told NBC News' Tom Costello last week
In May 2005, Clara was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame as one of the songwriters of "Away in a Manger."
Brooks was named Female Vocalist of the Year in 1990 and 1992 by the Country Music Association and has.
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