Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
- There are a total of 25 general entries.
Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Hearts in Armor. "Hearts in Armor" was released in the US on September 1, 1992. Other Trisha Yearwood albums include: "Trisha Yearwood", "The Song Remembers When", "The Sweetest Gift", "Thinkin' About You", "Everybody Knows", "(Songbook) A Collection of Hits", "Where Your Road Leads", "Real Live Woman", "Inside Out", "Jasper County", and "Heaven, Heartache, and the Power of Love".
Cold. Trisha Yearwood released this album very soon after her divorce from Chris Latham. She married Robert "Bobby" Reynolds in 1994, and divorced him five years later. In 2005, she married country superstar Garth Brooks.
Motel room, silence. This song was considered to be about "working class" Southern people. Trisha grew up in the South (Georgia); her father was a banker, and her mother was a schoolteacher.
|"She only wanted ___, didn't bargain for this.
She can't help but love him for the way he is.
She's only ___.
And there ain't no reasoning."
Which words complete these lyrics?||Trisha Yearwood's "Walkaway Joe"
Love, seventeen. Don Henley added backing vocals to this song. "Walkaway Joe" was the biggest hit from the album "Hearts in Armor".
|"Now just a little while into ___.
Pulls into a station and he robs it___.
She's waiting in the car, underneath the___."
What are the missing words from the song?||Trisha Yearwood's "Walkaway Joe"
Abilene, clean, Texaco Star. "Walkaway Joe" was released by the MCA Nashville label. The song was produced by Garth Fundis.
Paradise. Before becoming a professional singer, Trisha Yearwood went to the University of Georgia, and then transferred to Balmont University. She then joined the music industry and released her first (self-titled) album in 1991.
Dreams. "Walkaway Joe" was featured on Trisha Yearwood's second album "Hearts in Armor" (1992). Her third album was called "The Song Remembers When" (1993).
Far. Trisha Yearwood's first hit single was "She's in Love with the Boy" off her debut album, titled "Trisha Yearwood" (1991). Her second album was called "Hearts in Armor" (1992).