|The Wilkinsons discography|
The Wilkinsons, a Canadian country music trio, released four studio albums, one compilation album, and 20 singles.
|Title||Details||Peak chart positions|| Certifications |
|CAN Country||US Country||US||US Heat|
|Nothing but Love||4||16||133||4|
|Here and Now||5||13||114||2|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|Greatest Hits… and Then Some|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions||Album|
| CAN Country || US Country || US |
|1998||"26 Cents"||1||3||55||Nothing but Love|
|"Fly (The Angel Song)"||1||15||53|
|1999||"Boy Oh Boy"||3||50||—|
|"The Yodelin' Blues"||—||45||—|
|"Nothing but Love (Standing in the Way)"||12||—||—|
|2000||"Jimmy's Got a Girlfriend"||11||34||—||Here and Now|
|"Shame on Me"||10||49||—|
|2001||"I Wanna Be That Girl"||—||51||—||Shine(unreleased)|
|2007||"Papa Come Quick"||34||—||—|
|"When I'm Old"||30||—||—||Greatest Hits… and Then Some|
|2009||"You Heal Me"||—||—||—|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
|1998||"26 Cents"||Jim Shea|
|"Fly (The Angel Song)"||Deaton Flanigen|
|1999||"Boy Oh Boy"|
|2000||"Jimmy's Got a Girlfriend"||Jim Shea|
|2001||"I Wanna Be That Girl"||Deaton Flanigen|
|2004||"Little Girl"||Warren P. Sonoda|
|2006||"Fast Car"||Margaret Malandruccolo|
|2007||"Papa Come Quick"|
|2008||"When I'm Old"|
|2009||"You Heal Me"|
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