Believe Me Baby (I Lied)
|"Believe Me Baby (I Lied)"|
|Single by Trisha Yearwood|
|from the album Everybody Knows|
|Released||May 19, 1996|
|Writer(s)||Angelo Petraglia, Kim Richey, Larry Gottlieb|
|Trisha Yearwood singles chronology|
"Believe Me Baby (I Lied)" is a song recorded by American country artist Trisha Yearwood. It was released in May 1996 as the lead single from her album, Everybody Knows. It was Yearwood's fourth number 1 hit out of the five number 1 hits during the course of her career.
The song depicts a woman who is apologizing to her lover after saying she wanted him out of her life. She realized it had really been her "wounded pride" telling the lover to leave.
The song was written by Kim Richey, Angelo Petraglia, and Larry Gottlieb and was the first single from her album, Everybody Knows. The song was a number 1 country hit for Yearwood and the title track of the album reached the Top 5 later in 1997. The song was done in an Adult Contemporary-like style according to Allmusic.com. 
A music video was also made after the song's release, showcasing Yearwood and friends in retro outfits, vintage glasses and vivid colors and backdrops. As revealed in an interview on CMT's Video bio, some of the clothing Yearwood wore in the video was raided from the closet of her then-husband Robert Reynolds. The video debuted on CMT Wednesday, June 26, 1996, on a since-cancelled weekly show, CMT Delivery Room.
|Canada Country Tracks (RPM)||1|
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||1|
|Canada Country Tracks (RPM)||47|
|US Country Songs (Billboard)||22|
"Living in a Moment"
by Ty Herndon
|Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks
October 12-October 19, 1996
"Like the Rain"
by Clint Black
"You Can't Lose Me"
by Faith Hill
|RPM Country Tracks
October 21, 1996
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