Holly Dunn (album)

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Holly Dunn
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Studio album by Holly Dunn
Released 1986
Genre Country
Label MTM
Producer Tommy West, Holly Dunn
Holly Dunn chronology
Holly Dunn
(1986)
Cornerstone
(1987)

Holly Dunn is the self-titled debut studio album by American country music artist Holly Dunn, released in 1986 through MTM Records. She had her first Billboard hit with "Daddy's Hands," which reached #7. An earlier single, "Two Too Many," could only rise to the #39 position. The album itself was #29 on the country albums chart.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Two Too Many" Holly Dunn 3:26
2. "Your Memory (Won't Let Go of Me)" Dunn, Earl Bud Lee 2:59
3. "Burnin' Wheel" Radney Foster, Billy Aerts, Mickey Cates 3:02
4. "The Sweetest Love I Never Knew" Aerts, Casey Kelly 3:38
5. "It'll Be All Right" Dunn 3:47
6. "Daddy's Hands" Dunn 3:26
7. "My Heart Holds On" Hugh Prestwood 3:40
8. "That's a Real Good Way to Get Yourself Loved" Chris Waters, Michael Garvin, Tom Shapiro 2:49
9. "Hideaway Heart" Dunn, Mac Gayden, David Malloy 3:57
10. "Someone Carried You" Gary Burr 3:40

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1986) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 29