Days Go By (Keith Urban album)

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Days Go By
DaysGoBy.jpg
Compilation album by Keith Urban
Released 20 May 2005
Recorded 2002–04
Genre Country
Length 68:07
Label
Producer
Keith Urban chronology
Be Here
(2004)
Days Go By
(2005)
Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy Thing
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Days Go By is the second compilation album by New Zealand-born Australian country music artist Keith Urban, released on 20 May 2005 by Capitol Nashville. The album is named for his 2004 single of the same name, included on his previous full-length album, Be Here (2004). Also included on this album are tracks from that album and Golden Road (2002).

Album cover[edit]

The front cover features the same picture used on the American release Urban's album Be Here.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Days Go By" (Jeremy Wheatley Mix)
3:39
2. "Somebody Like You"
5:21
3. "Raining on Sunday" 4:45
4. "You're My Better Half"
  • Shanks
  • Urban
4:12
5. "You'll Think of Me"
  • Brown
  • Ty Lacy
  • Dennis Matosky
4:56
6. "You Won" 4:59
7. "Making Memories of Us" (Remix by Justin Niebank) Crowell 3:55
8. "You (Or Somebody Like You)"
4:50
9. "Nobody Drinks Alone" 5:20
10. "She's Gotta Be"
  • Powell
  • Urban
4:52
11. "Tonight I Wanna Cry"
  • Powell
  • Urban
4:18
12. "You're Not Alone Tonight" Urban 3:30
13. "Better Life"
4:43
14. "Live to Love Another Day"
  • Brown
  • Urban
3:29
15. "These Are the Days"
  • Powell
  • Urban
5:21
Total length: 68:07

Personnel[edit]

  • Keith Urban – lead guitar, acoustic guitar, lead vocals, banjo, cardboard box and ebow
  • Chris McHugh – drums, percussion
  • Jimmie Lee Solas – bass
  • Tom Bukovac – rhythm guitar
  • Dann Huff – mandolin
  • Tim Akers – accordion, keyboards
  • Jonathan Yudkin – fiddle
  • Eric Darken – percussion
  • Russel Terrell – vocals
  • Scotty Huff – vocals
  • Steve Nathan – keyboards
  • Dan Dugmore – electric guitars

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
position
German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)[2] 58
Irish Albums (IRMA)[3] 7
UK Albums (OCC)[4] 40

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