Getting It Dunn

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Getting It Dunn
Studio album by Holly Dunn
Released June 16, 1992
Genre Country
Label Warner Bros. Nashville
Producer Holly Dunn, Paul Worley, Ed Seay, and Chris Waters
Holly Dunn chronology
Milestones: Greatest Hits
(1991)Milestones: Greatest Hits1991
Getting It Dunn
Life and Love and All the Stages
(1995)Life and Love and All the Stages1995
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

Getting It Dunn is the sixth album by country music artist Holly Dunn. Released in 1992, it includes the singles "No Love Have I", "As Long as You Belong to Me" and "Golden Years". The Verlon Thompson/Beth Nielsen Chapman-written "You Say You Will" was almost simultaneously covered by Trisha Yearwood on her album Hearts in Armor, in the same year of 1992. Terry Radigan later released "Half a Million Teardrops" as a single in 1995.

Dunn produced the album with Paul Worley and Ed Seay, except for the track "Let Go", which she produced with her older brother, singer-songwriter Chris Waters.[1]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "No Love Have I" Mel Tillis 2:16
2. "If Your Heart Can't Do the Talking" Lynn Langham, Craig Wiseman 3:47
3. "Golden Years" Sam Hogin, Gretchen Peters 3:38
4. "You Say You Will" Verlon Thompson, Beth Nielsen Chapman 3:58
5. "I Laughed Until I Cried" Michael Garvin, Tom Shapiro, Bucky Jones 3:21
6. "As Long as You Belong to Me" Holly Dunn, Chris Waters, Shapiro 3:04
7. "Let Go" Dunn, Waters, Shapiro 2:39
8. "I've Heard It All" Dunn, Waters, Shapiro 3:12
9. "Half a Million Teardrops" Wally Wilson, Mike Henderson 2:40
10. "You Can Have Him" Dunn, Waters, Shapiro 3:17
11. "A Simple I Love You" Karen Brooks, Randy Sharp 3:00


  1. ^ Getting It Dunn (CD insert). Holly Dunn. Warner Bros. Records. 1992. 26949.