Three Wooden Crosses: The Inspirational Hits of Randy Travis

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Three Wooden Crosses: The Inspirational Hits of Randy Travis
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Greatest hits album by
ReleasedMarch 2009
Genre Gospel
Label Warner Bros. Nashville
Producer Kyle Lehning
Randy Travis chronology
I Told You So: The Ultimate Hits of Randy Travis
(2009)
Three Wooden Crosses: The Inspirational Hits of Randy Travis
(2009)
Anniversary Celebration
(2011)

Three Wooden Crosses: The Inspirational Hits of Randy Travis is a compilation album by Randy Travis. Released in March 2009 by Word/Curb/Warner Bros., the album contains some of Travis' most popular gospel songs. [1]

Contents

Track listing

  1. "Three Wooden Crosses" (Kim Williams and Doug Johnson) – 3:22
  2. "Four Walls" (Don Rollins, Harry Stinson and D. Vincent Williams) – 3:43
  3. "Angels" (Harvey McNalley, Buck Moore and Troy Seals) – 3:46
  4. "Just a Closer Walk with Thee" (Traditional) – 4:38
  5. "In the Garden" (Charles Austin Miles) – 3:21
  6. "Faith in You" (Tom Douglas, Joe Henry and Matt Rollins) – 3:48
  7. "Love Lifted Me" (James Rowe and Howard E. Smith) – 3:11
  8. "Blessed Assurance" (Fanny Crosby and Phoebe P. Knapp) – 3:28
  9. "Softly and Tenderly" (Will L. Thompson) – 3:19
  10. "Raise Him Up" (Robert Wilson Royer and Melvern Rivers Rutherford II) – 4:03
  11. "He's My Rock, My Sword, My Shield" (Public Domain) – 2:30
  12. "Sweet By and By" (Joseph P. Webster and S. Fillmore Bennett) – 2:27
  13. "Everywhere We Go" (Michael Curtis and Randy Travis) – 2:31
  14. "Rise and Shine" (Michael Curtis and Randy Travis) – 3:03
  15. "Were You There?" (Unknown author) – 3:52
  16. "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands" (Traditional) – 2:19
  17. "Shall We Gather at the River?" (Robert Lowry) – 3:15
  18. "Pray for the Fish" (Phillip Moore, Dan Murph and Ray Scott) – 3:01
  19. "Swing Down Sweet Chariot" (Traditional) – 3:13
  20. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" (Ada R. Habershon and Charles H. Gabriel) – 3:07

Chart performance

Chart (2009)Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Christian Albums16
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums31

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