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Trisha Yearwood - On A Bus To St. Cloud / In Another's Eyes Album

Trisha Yearwood - On A Bus To St. Cloud / In Another's Eyes Album
Performer: Trisha Yearwood
Title: On A Bus To St. Cloud / In Another's Eyes
Country: Australia
Released: 1997
Catalog number: MCD49049
Label: MCA Nashville
MP3 album szie: 2714 mb
FLAC album size: 1450 mb


1On A Bus To St. Cloud
2In Another's Eyes (Duet With Garth Brooks)
Featuring – Garth Brooks
3Down On My Knees


  • ProducerAllen Reynolds (tracks: 1a), Garth Fundis (tracks: 1, 2)


Track 1:
© Cross Keys Publishing Co. Inc. / Purple Crayon Music (All Rights Administered By Sony Music Publishing) (ASCAP)

Track 1a:
© 1997 Rio Bravo Music, Inc. / Major Bob Music Co., Inc / Cat's Eye Music / No Fences Music (Admin. By Major Bob Music Co., Inc.) (BMI/ASCAP)

Track 2:
© 1990 BMG Songs Inc. (ASCAP)

℗ & © MCA Records Nashville, A Division Of MCA Records Inc.
"In Another's Eyes" ℗ Pearl Records, Inc. 1997 Under Exclusive License To Capitol Nashville. Marketed And Manufactured By Universal Music Australia Limited. Distributed By BMG Music Australia Limited.


  • Barcode: 0008814904927

Short intro

Music video by Trisha Yearwood performing On A Bus To St. Lee Ann Womack - I Hope You Dance Official Music Video. On a Bus to St. Cloud In the Style of Trisha Yearwood. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. In Another's Eyes is a song recorded by American country music artists Trisha Yearwood and Garth Brooks. It was released in August 1997 as the second single from her compilation album Songbook A Collection of Hits. The song reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. Brooks wrote the song with Bobby Wood and John Peppard. In Another's Eyes was Brooks's and Yearwood's first major collaboration. At the time, the two were close friends but were married to other spouses. Trisha Yearwood. On A Bus To St. Cloud Album Version. Preview Preview. 183 tracks183. Cloud - Musical Creations Karaoke. by Trisha Yearwood. Album: Thinkin' About You 1995. Charted: 59. Indeed, when Trisha Yearwood cut this song, she was completely surprised when Peters told her what she'd meant when she wrote it, because she hadn't interpreted it that way at all. Which is fine with Peters. Trisha sort of overlaid her own story on that, because it really can be about any sort of a scenario where you've lost someone. When writing songs, Peters at times will allow the words to lead her. There's that period in songwriting, the wonderful, early magic period, when lines just come to you, she says. On this page you can download song Trisha Yearwood - On A Bus To St Cloud in mp3 and listen online. Country Music. Trisha Yearwood - For A While. Trisha Yearwood - Find A Way. How Do I Live - Trisha Yearwood. Текст песни Trisha Yearwood On A Bus To St. Gretchen Peters, On a bus to St. Cloud, Minnesota, I thought I saw you there, With the snow falling down, Around like a silent prayer. And it's strange but it's true I was sure it was you Just a face in the crowd On a bus to St. In a church in downtown New Orleans I got down on my knees and prayed And I wept in the arms of Jesus For the choice you made. We were just gettin' to the good part Just gettin' past the mystery Oh, and it's just like you It's just like you to disagree. And it's strange but it's true You just slipped out of view Like a face in the crowd On a bus to St. The albums third single, though, On a Bus to St. Cloud, didnt crack the Top 40, which a lot of people thought was a bit of an injustice. This tear-jerking song, written by Gretchen Peters, is sung from the point of view of someone who sees the face of her former lover everywhere, which she knows is impossible since he committed suicide. My eyes just drifted north to Minnesota, and there was the name St. I thought it was a lovely sounding name and wanted to put it in a song. Id been working on an idea which was called something like Postcards from, just the idea of little vignettes from different places