The Oak Ridge Boys Have Arrived is the title of the third country studio album by The Oak Ridge Boys, released in 1979.
"Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" was recorded the same year by co-writer Rodney Crowell on his debut album, Ain't Living Long Like This. "Dancing the Night Away" was previously recorded by the Amazing Rhythm Aces in 1976 (Too Stuffed to Jump), Tanya Tucker in 1977 (Ridin' Rainbows) and by Leo Sayer in 1978 (Leo Sayer).
- "Sail Away" (Rafe VanHoy) - 3:30
- "There Must Be Something About Me That She Loves" (Sonny Throckmorton) - 3:04
- "Sometimes the Rain Won't Let Me Sleep" (Pat Bunch, Dan Mitchell, James Price) - 3:51
- "I Gotta Get Over This" (Don White) - 2:49
- "My Radio Sure Sounds Good to Me" (Larry Graham) - 3:11
- "Dream On" (Dennis Lambert, Brian Potter) - 3:15
- "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight" (Donivan Cowart, Rodney Crowell) - 2:59
- "Every Now and Then" (Shayne Dolan, Rock Killough) - 3:11
- "Dig a Little Deeper In the Well" (Roger Bowling, Jody Emerson) - 2:45
- "Dancing the Night Away" (J. Brown, Russell Smith) - 5:02
- Sail Away
- Dream On
- Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight