All the King's Horses (Lynn Anderson album)
|All the King's Horses|
|Studio album by Lynn Anderson|
|Lynn Anderson chronology|
All the King's Horses is a studio album by country singer Lynn Anderson, released in 1976.
By this time it was evident that Anderson's popularity was beginning to fade. Only one single (the title track) reached Country's Top 20 chart, and one other reached the Top 40. The third and final one ("Rodeo Cowboy") did not even hit the Top 40. The album includes a cover version of John Prine's "Paradise", one of the singles Anderson released from the album. This album was not very successful on Country's albums chart perhaps in part because three of its ten tracks were previously released on earlier Anderson albums.
- "All the King's Horses"
- "Lyin' Eyes"
- "Long Long Time"
- "If All I Have to Do Is Just Love You"
- "Rodeo Cowboy"
- "Dixieland, You Will Never Die"
- "That's All He Wrote"
- "I Want to Be a Part of You"
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