Billy Currington (album)

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Billy Currington
Studio album by Billy Currington
Released September 30, 2003 (2003-09-30)
Genre Country
Length 35:10
Label Mercury Nashville
Producer Carson Chamberlain
Billy Currington chronology
Billy Currington
Doin' Somethin' Right
(2005)Doin' Somethin' Right2005
Singles from Billy Currington
  1. "Walk a Little Straighter"
    Released: April 21, 2003
  2. "I Got a Feelin'"
    Released: January 5, 2004
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Country Standard Time [1]

Billy Currington is the first solo album by country singer Billy Currington. Released in 2003 on Mercury Nashville Records, the album produced the singles "Walk a Little Straighter" and "I Got a Feelin'", both of which were Top Ten hits for Currington on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. "Ain't What It Used to Be" was later recorded by Megan Mullins, whose version was released as a single in 2006. Currington co-wrote all but one of the songs on the album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "I Got a Feelin'" Carson Chamberlain, Casey Beathard, Billy Currington 3:14
2. "That's Just Me" Michael White, Lee Thomas Miller, Currington 3:00
3. "Hangin' Around" Chamberlain, Beathard, Currington 3:19
4. "Off My Rocker" Mark D. Sanders, Chamberlain, Currington 3:09
5. "Walk a Little Straighter" Chamberlain, Beathard, Currington 3:43
6. "Where the Girls Are" Chamberlain, Beathard, Currington 3:13
7. "Time with You" Chamberlain, Beathard, Currington 3:45
8. "When She Gets Close to Me" Marla Cannon-Goodman, Michael Gerald Lunn, Currington 3:35
9. "Growin' Up Down There" Kenny Beard, Beathard, Currington 3:00
10. "Next Time" Cannon-Goodman, Beathard, Currington 3:17
11. "Ain't What It Used to Be" Mark Nesler, Tony Martin 3:15


Chart performance[edit]


Chart (2003) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 17
U.S. Billboard 200 107
U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers 1


Year Single Peak chart
US Country US
2003 "Walk a Little Straighter" 8 67
2004 "I Got a Feelin'" 5 50


  1. ^ Remz, Jeffrey B. "Billy Currington - Billy Currington". Country Standard Time. Retrieved July 4, 2011. 

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