Lost in the Feeling

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Lost in the Feeling
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Studio album by Mark Chesnutt
Released October 17, 2000 (2000-10-17)
Genre Country
Label MCA Nashville
Producer Marty Stuart
Mark Wright
Mark Chesnutt chronology
I Don't Want to Miss a Thing
Lost in the Feeling
Mark Chesnutt
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Lost in the Feeling is the ninth studio album released by American country music artist Mark Chesnutt. This album marked Chesnutt's return to MCA after the dissolution of the Decca Records Nashville division in 1999. The two singles from this album, which were the title track and "Fallin' Never Felt So Good", both failed to reach Top 40 on the Hot Country Songs charts, making this the first studio album of Chesnutt's career not to have any Top 40 hits.

Both "Fallin' Never Felt So Good" and "Confessin' My Love" were recorded and released as singles from Shawn Camp's self-titled debut album in 1993. The former was originally recorded by Dude Mowrey on his 1991 debut album Honky Tonk as well. "Try Being Me" was previously recorded by Larry Stewart on 1994's Heart Like a Hurricane, and "It Pays Big Money" was later recorded under the title "Big Money" by Garth Brooks on his 2001 album Scarecrow. The title track is a Conway Twitty cover, and a cover of Gene Watson's "Love in the Hot Afternoon" is included as well.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Fallin' Never Felt So Good" (Shawn Camp, Will Smith) - 3:52
  2. "Confessin' My Love" (Camp, John Scott Sherrill) - 3:24
  3. "Halfway Back to Birmingham" (Don Cook, Mark Wright, Ronnie Rogers) - 3:26
  4. "Try Being Me" (Tim Mensy) - 3:50
  5. "Go Away" (Mark Nesler, Tony Martin) - 3:18
  6. "It Pays Big Money" (Camp, Randy Hardison, Wynn Varble) - 4:06
  7. "Love in the Hot Afternoon" (Vince Matthews, Keny Westberry) - 3:43
  8. "Angelina" (Steve Diamond, Rick Orozco, Vern Dant) - 2:58
  9. "Lost in the Feeling" (Lewis Anderson) - 3:04
  10. "Somewhere out There Tonight" (Rogers) - 3:28


Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 53


  1. ^ Konicki Dinoia, Maria. Lost in the Feeling at AllMusic