Cornerstone (Holly Dunn album)

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Studio album by Holly Dunn
Released 1987 (1987)
Genre Country
Label MTM
Producer Tommy West
Holly Dunn chronology
Holly Dunn
Across the Rio Grande
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Cornerstone is a 1987 album by Holly Dunn. Although it yielded no #1 hits, as would some of her later albums, Cornerstone would attain the highest Billboard Top Country Albums rating in her career for Holly Dunn at #22, based on three hits which made it into the Country Top Ten singles list: the #2 "Love Someone Like Me," the #4 "Only When I Love," and the #7 "Strangers Again."

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Cornerstone" Dave Loggins, Don Schlitz 3:46
2. "Small Towns (Are Smaller for Girls)" Mark D. Sanders, Alice Randall, Verlon Thompson 3:10
3. "Strangers Again" Holly Dunn, Chris Waters 3:08
4. "Only When I Love" Dunn, Waters, Tom Shapiro 3:30
5. "Fewer Threads Than These" Bucky Jones, Kevin Welch, Gary Nicholson 2:58
6. "Love Someone Like Me" Dunn, Radney Foster 3:09
7. "Lover's Cross" Jim Croce 3:34
8. "Why Wyoming" Waters, Shapiro, Kix Brooks 4:20
9. "Wrap Me Up" Dunn, Foster 3:02
10. "Little Frame House" Dunn 2:43

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1987) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 22