|Studio album by|
|Released||October 16, 2001|
|Producer||Greg Ladanyi, Lloyd Maines|
|Pat Green chronology|
|Singles from Three Days|
Three Days is the debut studio album released in 2001 by American country music artist Pat Green. It was also his major-label debut, following three self-released studio albums, two live compilations, and an independent collaborative album. Three Days produced two chart singles for Green on the Billboard country charts: "Carry On" at No. 35 and the title track at No. 36. The former was originally recorded on Green's 2000 album Carry On and was later re-recorded on his 2009 album What I'm For , while "Texas on My Mind" was previously released on the album Songs We Wish We'd Written, a collaborative album with Cory Morrow released earlier in 2001.
|1.||"Carry On"||Pat Green, Walt Wilkins||4:58|
|2.||"Threadbare Gypsy Soul" (duet with Willie Nelson)||Green||4:53|
|3.||"Three Days"||Green, Radney Foster||3:45|
|4.||"Who's to Say"||Green, Wilkins, Mark Winston Kirk||4:45|
|6.||"Wrong Side of Town"||Trish Murphy||4:23|
|7.||"We've All Got Our Reasons"||Wilkins, Billy Montana||3:23|
|10.||"Take Me Out to a Dancehall"||Green||3:39|
|11.||"Count Your Blessings"||Bill Erickson||4:21|
|13.||"Texas on My Mind" (duet with Cory Morrow)||Django Walker||4:39|
|Year||Single||Peak chart positions|
|2001||"Texas on My Mind" (with Cory Morrow)||60|
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