Chely Wright Lyrics

Genre: Country

Chely Wright Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Single White Female
2 Never Love You Enough
3 Woman In The Moon
4 Alligator Purse
5 Deep Down Low
6 Sea of Cowboy Hats
7 The Other Woman
8 Till I Was Loved by You
9 C'est la Vie (You Never Can Tell)
10 Let Me In
11 Why Do I Still Want You
12 I Love You Enough To Let You Go
13 Jezebel
14 It Was
15 Picket Fences
16 Feelin' Single and Seein' Double
17 I Already Do
18 While I Was Waiting
19 She Went out for Cigarettes
20 Some Kind of Somethin'
21 The Fire
22 Shut Up and Drive
23 Heart Shaped World
24 Go On And Go
25 He Don't Do Bars Anymore
26 He's A Good Ole Boy
27 I Got Him Ready for You
28 Wish Me Away
29 Her
30 Right in the Middle of It
31 The River
32 Object Of Your Rejection
33 Horoscope
34 The Love He Left Behind
35 Nobody But A Fool
36 Southside of Lonesome
37 Shadows Of Doubt
38 The Love That We Lost
39 Back of the Bottom Drawer
40 South Side Of Lonesome
41 Love Didn't Listen
42 The Last Supper
43 Wheels
44 Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
45 10 Lb. Heart
46 What I Learned from Loving You
47 Till All Her Tears Are Dry
48 Between a Mother and a Child
49 Everything
50 Before You Lie
51 Not As in Love
52 Your Shirt
53 Love Lets Go
54 Emma Jean's Guitar
55 One Night in Las Vegas
56 Hamburg
57 Scars
58 What If We Fly
59 Rubbin' It In
60 Broken
61 Sex, Drugs And Rock 'n Roll
62 Don't Look Down
63 Heavenly Days
64 Is It Love Yet?
65 Wouldn't It Be Cool
66 What If I Can't Say No Again
67 Hang Out In Your Heart
68 Just Another Heartache
69 It's The Song
70 Notes To The Coroner
71 Day One
72 Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
73 Snow Globe
74 Gotta Get Good at Givin' Again
75 Unknown
76 Just the Way We Do It
77 Like Me
78 Your Woman Misses Her Man
79 The Bumper of My SUV
80 That Train
81 It's Not Too Late
82 The Bumper Of My S.U.V.
83 Damn Liar
84 For the Long Run
85 Listenin' to the Radio

Chely Wright Bio

Chely Wright (born Richelle Renee Wright on October 25, 1970, in Kansas City, Missouri) is an American country music artist who released her debut album in 1994. Although she received an ACM award for Top New Female Vocalist that same year, none of her initial songs made a significant impact on the charts. In 1997, Chely had her first Top 40 country hit, "Shut Up and Drive". Two years later, she scored her first #1 single with "Single White Female". Overall, Wright has released seven studio albums on various labels, and has charted more than fifteen singles on the country charts. She has also written songs for Brad Paisley, Mindy Smith, Richard Marx and a top 10 hit for Clay Walker, I Can't Sleep.

A native Kansan, Chely grew up in a musical family. At age 11, Chely began to sing with local bands and eventually started her own called "County Line".Before graduating high school, she took a job with the Ozark Jubilee, a long running country show in Branson, Missouri. Taking the advice of her grandfather, she auditioned and landed a position in a musical production at Opryland USA. While staying in Nashville, Chely interned and attended writers' nights, while honing her singing and songwriting. In 1992, she was signed by Harold Shedd to Mercury/Polygram, and her first album was released in 1994 on the corporation's Polydor label.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chely_Wright