Greatest Hits (Lee Ann Womack album)

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Greatest Hits
Greatest hits album by Lee Ann Womack
Released May 4, 2004
Genre Country
Label MCA Nashville
Producer Various
Lee Ann Womack chronology
The Season for Romance
(2002)The Season for Romance2002
Greatest Hits
There's More Where That Came From
(2005)There's More Where That Came From2005

Greatest Hits is a 2004 compilation album by Lee Ann Womack. It features eleven of her biggest hits from her first four albums, a reworking of previous album track ("Does My Ring Burn Your Finger", originally from I Hope You Dance) and two new tracks: "The Wrong Girl" and "Time for Me to Go", the former of which was a top 25 single for her in 2004. Also included is "Mendocino County Line", originally found on Willie Nelson's 2002 album The Great Divide but not previously included on any of Womack's albums.

In 2005, the album was reissued as a DualDisc, featuring a bonus DVD, and as a hybrid SACD.

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Track listing[edit]

  1. "Never Again, Again" (Monty Holmes, Barbie Isham) - 3:45
  2. "You've Got to Talk to Me" (Jamie O'Hara) - 3:35
  3. "The Fool" (Charlie Stefl, Gene Ellsworth, Marla Cannon-Goodman) - 3:34
  4. "A Little Past Little Rock" (Tony Lane, Jess Brown, Brett Jones) - 4:17
  5. "(Now You See Me) Now You Don't" (Lane, Brown, David Lee) - 2:40
  6. "I'll Think of a Reason Later" (Tim Nichols, Tony Martin) - 3:39
  7. "I Hope You Dance" (Mark D. Sanders, Tia Sillers) - 4:56
  8. "Ashes by Now" (Rodney Crowell) - 4:12
  9. "Why They Call It Falling" (Don Schlitz, Roxie Dean) - 3:36
  10. "Something Worth Leaving Behind" (Brett Beavers, Tom Douglas) - 3:50
  11. "Mendocino County Line" (Bernie Taupin, Matt Serletic) - 4:34
  12. "Does My Ring Burn Your Finger" (Remix) (Buddy Miller, Julie Miller) - 3:29
  13. "The Wrong Girl" (Liz Rose, Pat McLaughlin) - 3:00
  14. "Time for Me to Go" (Lee Ann Womack, Tommy Lee James) - 2:52

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 2
U.S. Billboard 200 28

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