Time Flies (Melanie Laine album)

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Time Flies
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ReleasedJuly 26, 2005
RecordedSound Edge Studios
Genre Country
Label Royalty Records
Producer Bart McKay

Time Flies is the only studio album by Canadian country music artist Melanie Laine. The album was released by Royalty Records on July 26, 2005. The album's only chart single was a cover of Juice Newton's "Queen of Hearts".

Country music, also known as country and western, and hillbilly music, is a genre of popular music that originated in the southern United States in the early 1920s. It takes its roots from genres such as American folk music and blues.

Melanie Laine is a country music singer from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, best known for her cover of Juice Newton's "Queen Of Hearts." Her first album, Time Flies, was released in 2005.

Royalty Records is a Canadian country music record label and distributor established in 1974.

Track listing

  1. "Time Flies" (Dean Kush) - 4:06
  2. "If Love Is a Weakness" (Bobby Economou, Dean McTaggart, Cyril Rawson) - 3:25
  3. "Where Was I" (Victoria Banks, Steve Fox) - 3:42
  4. "You Won't Catch Me Falling" (Mark Cawley, McTaggart) - 3:23
  5. "One Night at Home" (Jimmy Dean, Melanie Laine) - 3:14
  6. "I Am Yours" (Kush) - 3:57
  7. "Good Enough" (Dean, Kush, Laine) - 3:03
  8. "Is Goodbye the Best You Can Do" (Robin Branda, Fox) - 2:55
  9. "I Can't Hold the Wind" (Denny Carr, Emily Kitos, Chris Lindsey) - 3:48
  10. "Queen Of Hearts" (Hank DeVito) - 3:31
  11. "Jump Right In" (Kush, Laine) - 3:13
  12. "Til Love Makes Up Its Mind" (Dean, Kush) - 3:13


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