George Strait - Honkytonkville Full Album

Honkytonkville is the twenty-second studio album by American country singer George Strait, released in 2003 by MCA Nashville. One of only a few albums of his career not to produce a Number One single, the album was certified platinum by the RIAA. It produced the singles "Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa", "Cowboys Like Us" and "Desperately", at #11, #2 and #6 respectively on the country charts. "Honk If You Honky Tonk" also charted at #45 based on unsolicited airplay.

"Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa" was originally recorded by Merle Haggard and appeared on his 1986 album Out Among The Stars. Bruce Robison previously recorded "Desperately" on his 1998 album Wrapped.

"She Used to Say That to Me" (Jim Lauderdale, John Scott Sherrill) - 2:57

"Honkytonkville" (Buddy Brock, Dean Dillon, Kim Williams) - 2:48

"Look Who's Back from Town" (Dale Dodson, Billy Lawson) - 4:04

"Cowboys Like Us" (Bob DiPiero, Anthony Smith) - 3:39

"Tell Me Something Bad About Tulsa" (Red Lane) - 3:16

"As Far as It Goes" (Tony Colton, Russell Smith) - 3:39

"I Found Jesus on the Jailhouse Floor" (Earl Clark, Greg Hudik) - 3:36

"Desperately" (Bruce Robison, Monte Warden) - 4:07

"Honk If You Honky Tonk" (Dillon, Ken Mellons, John Northrup) - 2:14

"Heaven Is Missing an Angel" (Jerome Earnest, Doug Powell) - 4:24

"Four Down and Twelve Across" (Dillon, Tom Douglas) - 2:51

"My Infinite Love" (Annette Grossberg, Byron Hill, Billy Yates) - 3:45

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