|"Thought I Was Dreaming"|
|Single by Lawnie Wallace|
|from the album Thought I Was Dreaming|
|Songwriter(s)|| Steve Earle |
|Producer(s)||J. K. Gulley|
|Lawnie Wallace singles chronology|
"Thought I Was Dreaming" is a song recorded by Canadian country music artist Lawnie Wallace. It was released in 1996 as the second single from her debut album, Thought I Was Dreaming. It peaked at number 8 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in June 1996.
|Canada Country Tracks ( RPM )||8|
|Canada Country Tracks ( RPM )||76|
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