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Lee Ann Womack


There's More Where That Came From
Hump 003



  • CD1: 1. There's More WHere That Came From
  • CD1: 2. One's A Couple
  • CD1: 3. I May Hate Myself In The Morning
  • CD1: 4. The Last Time
  • CD1: 5. He Oughta Know That By Now
  • CD1: 6. Twenty Years And Two Husbands Ago
  • CD1: 7. Happiness
  • CD1: 8. When You Get To Me
  • CD1: 9. Painless
  • CD1: 10. What I Miss About Heaven
  • CD1: 11. Waiting For The Sun To Shine
  • CD1: 12. Stubborn (Psalm 151)
  • CD1: 13. I Hope You Dance (album version)

There's More Where That Came From

There's More Where That Came From is for everyone who's ever loved, lost, and learned hard-earned lessons and lived to tell about it. "These are songs that arenít afraid to tell the truth," says Lee Ann. "It is definitely honest music as far as the lyrics go. Theyíre a slice of life - the good, bad and the ugly." Womack estimates she personally listened to over a thousand songs to find the bakerís dozen for this album. The songs that made the cut examine everything from the wistful regret of "The Last Time" and playful sexiness of "What I Miss About Heaven" to the numbing moment of a diminishing relationship, as sung in "Painless". And the record's introspective crown jewel just might be the Don Schlitz/Brett James-penned stunner "Stubborn (Psalm 151)".