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Short Stories (Elisabeth Andreassen album)

Short Stories
Studio album by Elisabeth Andreassen
Released October 17, 2005
Genre Country
Label Tylden & Co. AS
Producer Lars Lien
Elisabeth Andreassen chronology
A Couple of Days in Larsville (2004) Short Stories (2005) Spellemann (2009)

Short Stories is a country album from Norwegian singer Elisabeth Andreassen.[1] The album was released in Norway on October 17, 2005 and in Sweden on June 14, 2006.

Track listing

  1. The Year We Painted Pink
  2. I Met Bob
  3. Tears of Led - (duet with Bjarte Hjelmeland)
  4. Jackson - (duet with Lee Hazlewood)
  5. Boulder to Birmingham
  6. She Could Even Talk to the Sparrows It Seems
  7. Forever Faithful
  8. My Tennessee Mountain Home
  9. I Still Miss Someone
  10. Amarillo (written by Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell)
  11. Last Night
  12. I Never Will Marry

References

  1. ^ "Short Stories". iTunes. 
Norway Album Top 40 — Short Stories
Week 43 2005
Chart position 31


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