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Some Lessons Learned


Download links and information about Some Lessons Learned by Kristin Chenoweth. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Country, Pop genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:01:20 minutes.

Artist: Kristin Chenoweth
Release date: 2011
Genre: Country, Pop
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:01:20
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No. Title Length
1. I Was Here 3:36
2. I Want Somebody (Bitch About) 3:10
3. Fathers and Daughters 3:13
4. What Would Dolly Do 2:46
5. God and Me 2:58
6. Change 3:16
7. What More Do You Want 3:23
8. Wreck You 3:48
9. I Didn't 2:43
10. Borrowed Angels 4:03
11. What If We Never 3:37
12. Mine to Love 4:11
13. Lessons Learned 4:15
14. Boy (Bonus Track) 3:43
15. The Making of Some Lessons Learned 5:12
16. I Want Somebody (Bitch About) 3:12
17. Lessons Learned 4:14



Although she hardly hides from hints of her past CCM recordings and deep-rooted experience with Broadway and TV, Kristin Chenoweth lets her native Oklahoma drawl blossom here. Some Lessons Learned is a country album gushing with emotion and unforgettable melodies. In the inspired “I Was Here,” she pines to leave her helping mark on a weary world in troubled times. Under earnest sentiments, the song's solid rhythms waltz with traditional tones while self-sung harmonies soar skyward. The following “I Want Somebody (Bitch About)” is a twangy tune that gets a little gritty as Chenoweth longs for that special someone while going down a list of prerequisites. Vintage guitars get cranked up and distorted alongside a stand-up bass in the rockabilly romp “What Would Dolly Do,” easily the liveliest song here. Chenoweth punctuates the chorus with a playful double entendre (“W.W. Double-D!”)—and yes, Elvis fans, it's the unmistakable backing vocals of The Jordanaires piping in. She pays further homage to Dolly on a moving cover of the Parton-penned ballad “Change.”