Emerson Drive is the third studio album from Canadian country music band Emerson Drive and their major-label debut, it was released in 2002 on DreamWorks Records Nashville. It produced three singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts: the Top 5 hits "I Should Be Sleeping" and "Fall Into Me", as well as the number 23-peaking "Only God (Could Stop Me Loving You)". This latter song was originally recorded by Billy Ray Cyrus on his 1994 album Storm in the Heartland, and in 1999 by Lari White (as a duet with Toby Keith) on White's album Stepping Stone.
- "Fall into Me" (Danny Orton, Jeremy Stover) - 2:48
- "Evidence" (Vicky McGehee, Trent Tomlinson, Bobby Pinson) - 3:13
- "Passionate, Desperate Love" (Brett Beavers, Tom Douglas) - 3:28
- "Only God (Could Stop Me Loving You)" (Robert John "Mutt" Lange) - 4:22
- "Say My Name" (Tomlinson, Pinson, Chris Hartman) - 2:55
- "I Should Be Sleeping" (Shaye Smith, Lisa Drew) - 2:57
- "Light of Day" (Tomlinson, Pinson, Kris Bergsnes) - 4:23
- "Looking Over My Shoulder" (John Bettis, Neil Thrasher, Michael Dulaney) - 3:14
- "I See Heaven" (Noah Gordon, Bergsnes, Jeff Loberg) - 2:42
- "How Lucky I Am" (Bob Regan, Chris Lindsey) - 3:51
- "Hollywood Kiss" (Marcus Hummon) - 2:58
- "It's All About You" (Reed Nielsen, Jeffrey Steele) - 2:56
All instruments and vocals by Emerson Drive.
- Pat Allingham – fiddle, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, background vocals
- Danick Dupelle – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, background vocals
- Chris Hartman – piano, synthesizer, organ, acoustic guitar, background vocals
- Jeff Loberg – bass guitar, background vocals
- Brad Mates – lead vocals, acoustic guitar
- Mike Melancon – drums, percussion, drum loops
All tracks produced by Julian King and James Stroud, except "Fall into Me" and "How Lucky I Am", produced by Richard Marx.
|U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums
|U.S. Billboard 200
|U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers