Trouble in Paradise (Deborah Allen album)

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Trouble in Paradise
Deborah Allen - Trouble In Paradise Cover.jpg
Studio album by
StudioAudio Media Recorders, Nashville, Tennessee
Genre Country pop
Label Capitol
Producer Steve Gibson
Deborah Allen chronology
Trouble in Paradise
Cheat the Night

Trouble in Paradise is a 1980 album by Deborah Allen and released by Capitol Records. This was Allen's first studio album.


Track listing

All tracks are written by Deborah Allen and Rafe Van Hoy; except where indicated.

Side one
1."Nobody's Fool"Deborah Allen, Rafe Van Hoy, Don Cook 3:39
2."If I Had Known Then" 3:13
3."Don't Stop Lovin' Me" 3:31
4."It's Cold Inside"Deborah Allen, Freida Parton3:29
5."Bells"Deborah Allen, Rafe Van Hoy, Mitch Humphries3:45
Side two
6."Trouble in Paradise"Deborah Allen, Mitch Humphries3:59
7."You Never Cross My Mind"Deborah Allen, Rafe Van Hoy, Curly Putman 2:58
8."Let Me Down" 3:15
9."The Rest of the Way"Deborah Allen, Sparky Lawrence3:26
10."Next to You"Deborah Allen3:21
Total length:34:36



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