You may argue that you maintained your US Residency IF you took the proper steps to preserve your status BEFORE you left the USA.
Count your blessings that your LPR status has not been revoked for remaining outside the USA for so long and wait the necessary time period to get your USC.
You may apply. However whether the benefit will be granted will depend on how you presented your case. Talk to an experienced immigration attorney.
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Your husband's residency is not relevant to your physical presence in the U.S. You will have to reside in the U.S. without more than a six month absence (minus some very limited exceptions) to apply for naturalization.
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