Three Good Reasons

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Three Good Reasons
Studio album by
ReleasedJune 2, 1992
Genre Country
Label Liberty
Producer Buzz Stone
Crystal Gayle chronology
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Three Good Reasons, released on June 2, 1992, was Crystal Gayle's eighteenth album of new recordings.


Track listing

1."Why Cry?"Jackson Leap2:39
2."A Rose Between Two Thorns"Gene Nelson, Robert Byrne 3:07
3."The Trouble With Me (Is You)"L. Davis Lewis, Kim Williams2:53
4."If the Phone Doesn't Ring, It's Me" Jimmy Buffett, Will Jennings, Michael Utley 3:25
5."One Less Set of Footsteps" Jim Croce 2:57
6."The Least That I Can Do"Allen Holmes, James Dean Hicks, Roger Murrah 3:38
7."Love To, Can't Do" Mark Wright, B. James Lowry3:16
8."99% of the Time" Paul Davis, Even Stevens, Hillary Kanter, Amy Sky 3:47
9."Living in Tears"Tommy Polk, David Mills2:55
10."Three Good Reasons" Don Schlitz, David Wingo3:57


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