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Lee Ann Womack


2 on 1: Something Worth Leaving Behind / I Hope You Dance
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  • CD1: 1. Something Worth Leaving Behind
  • CD1: 2. I Saw Your Light
  • CD1: 3. When You Gonna Run To Me
  • CD1: 4. Talk To Me
  • CD1: 5. Forever Everyday
  • CD1: 6. Orphan Train
  • CD1: 7. I Need You
  • CD1: 8. You Should've Lied
  • CD1: 9. He'll Be Back
  • CD1: 10. Surrender
  • CD1: 11. Blame It On Me
  • CD1: 12. Closing This Memory Down
  • CD1: 13. Something Worth Leaving Behind
  • CD1: 14. Bonus Track - Mendocino County Line with Willie Nelson
  • CD2: 1. The Healing Kind
  • CD2: 2. I Hope You Dance with Sons Of The Desert
  • CD2: 3. After I Fall
  • CD2: 4. Stronger Than I Am
  • CD2: 5. I Know Why The River Runs
  • CD2: 6. Why They Call It Falling
  • CD2: 7. Ashes By Now
  • CD2: 8. Thinkin' With My Heart Again
  • CD2: 9. I Feel Like I'm Forgetting Something
  • CD2: 10. Lonely Too
  • CD2: 11. Does My Ring Burn Your Finger
  • CD2: 12. Lord I Hope This Day Is Good
  • CD2: 13. Bonus Track - I Hope I Can Dance (The Rawling Mix)

2 on 1: Something Worth Leaving Behind / I Hope You Dance

In 2000 Lee Ann Womack's career exploded when the title track from the album I Hope You Dance soared to the top of both the country and pop charts. It was so well received, it won a Grammy for best country song and Lee Ann was named the CMA’s female vocalist of the year.

Her brilliant 2002 follow-up, Something Worth Leaving Behind, includes the amazing tracks Blame It On Me, He’ll Be Back and Orphan Train that rank with anything that the singer’s recorded.

On this pair of albums (her third and fourth) she delivers the strongest set of songs that any Nashville female singer has ever come up with.