The Best of SHeDAISY

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The Best of SHeDAISY
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Greatest hits album by SHeDAISY
Released February 5, 2008
Recorded 1999-2006
Genre Country
Label Lyric Street
Producer Dann Huff (tracks 1-9)
John Shanks (tracks 10-12)
SHeDAISY chronology
Fortuneteller's Melody
(2006)
The Best of SHeDAISY
(2008)
A Story to Tell
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

The Best of SHeDAISY is a compilation album by American country music group SHeDAISY. It was released on February 5, 2008 on Lyric Street Records. The album comprises twelve tracks from their previous studio albums. "God Bless the American Housewife" is the only track on this compilation not to have been released as a single in the US, although it was issued in Canada as "God Bless the Canadian Housewife".

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Little Good-Byes" (Kenny Greenberg, Kristyn Osborn, Jason Deere) - 3:20 (from The Whole SHeBANG)
  2. "This Woman Needs" (Connie Harrington, Bonnie Baker, Osborn) - 3:20 (from The Whole SHeBANG)
  3. "I Will… But" (Osborn, Deere) - 3:40 (from The Whole SHeBANG)
  4. "Lucky 4 You (Tonight I'm Just Me)" (Coley McCabe, Osborn, Deere) - 4:00 (from The Whole SHeBANG)
  5. "Get Over Yourself" (Marcus Hummon, Osborn) - 3:25 (from Knock on the Sky)
  6. "Mine All Mine" (Hollie Poole, Osborn) - 3:57 (from Knock on the Sky)
  7. "Passenger Seat" (Osborn, Harrington) - 3:25 (from Sweet Right Here)
  8. "Come Home Soon" (Osborn, John Shanks) - 4:03 (from Sweet Right Here)
  9. "Don't Worry 'bout a Thing" (Osborn, Deere) - 3:36 (from Sweet Right Here)
  10. "I'm Taking the Wheel" (Shanks, Osborn) - 3:14 (from Fortuneteller's Melody)
  11. "In Terms of Love" (Don Schlitz, Osborn) - 3:41 (from Fortuneteller's Melody)
  12. "God Bless the American Housewife" (Jann Arden Richards, Russell Broom) - 3:10 (from Fortuneteller's Melody)
  • The digital edition of the album replaces "Mine All Mine" with "23 Days" from Fortuneteller's Melody.

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 54

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