Time Flies (Billy Ray Cyrus album)

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Time Flies
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ReleasedJune 10, 2003 (2003-06-10)
Genre Country
Label Madacy Entertainment
Producer Jeff Tweel
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Time Flies is the seventh studio album, by country music artist Billy Ray Cyrus. His only release for the Madacy label, it produced the singles "What Else Is There", "Bread Alone", and "Back to Memphis". Also included is an acoustic rendition of the title track to Cyrus's 1992 debut album Some Gave All .


The track "She Don't Love Me (She Don't Hate Me)" was later recorded by Trent Willmon on his 2004 self-titled debut album, and by Blake Shelton on his 2007 album Pure BS . Both of these versions were titled "She Don't Love Me".

The track "Stand Still" was used as the theme song for the TV show "DOC".

Track listing

1."What Else Is There"3:46Steve Bogard, Rick Giles
2."Bread Alone"3:42 Walt Aldridge
3."The Way It Is"3:54Kelly Garrett, Dale Dodson
4."She Don't Love Me (She Don't Hate Me)"2:54 Casey Beathard, Jay Knowles
5."Time Flies"3:59 Billy Ray Cyrus, Beathard
6."I Luv Ya"2:38John Hobbs, Jeffrey Steele, Michael Dulaney
7."I Still Believe"3:37Bill Decker, Jon Christopher Davis
8."Without You"3:08 Victoria Shaw, Bill Deasy
9."Hard to Leave"4:48 Derek McGrath, B. R. Cyrus
10."Nobody"3:00B. R. Cyrus
11."Tell Me"4:39B. R. Cyrus, Beathard
12."Close to Gone"3:15B. R. Cyrus, Kenny Greenberg, David Grissom
13."Stand Still"4:35B. R. Cyrus
14."Back to Memphis"4:02Rusty Tabor, T. W. Hale
15."Some Gave All" (Acoustic version)4:17B. R. Cyrus, C. Cyrus



Chart (2003)Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums56


YearSinglePeak positions
US Country
2002"Bread Alone"
"What Else Is There"
2003"Back to Memphis"60
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

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