Tracy Lawrence (album)

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Tracy Lawrence
Studio album by Tracy Lawrence
Released October 23, 2001
Genre Country
Length 40:38
Label Warner Bros. Nashville
Producer Tracy Lawrence, Flip Anderson
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Tracy Lawrence
Singles from Tracy Lawrence
  1. "Life Don't Have to Be So Hard"
    Released: August 27, 2002
  2. "What a Memory"
    Released: February 4, 2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Tracy Lawrence is the seventh studio album by country music artist Tracy Lawrence, released in 2001, his only album for the Warner Bros. Records label. Only two singles were released from this album: "Life Don't Have to Be So Hard" and "What a Memory", the latter of which failed to make Top 40 on the country charts. "That Was Us" was later recorded by Randy Travis on his 2004 album Passing Through.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Crawlin' Again" (Kenny Beard, Michael White) – 2:50
  2. "Life Don't Have to Be So Hard" (Casey Beathard, Kenny D. West) – 3:14
  3. "It's Got You All Over It" (J.B. Rudd, Jerry Salley, Lance Miller) – 2:59
  4. "Getting Back Up" (Marla Cannon-Goodman, Bobby Pinson) – 4:12
  5. "It's Hard to Be an Outlaw" (Paul Nelson, Larry Boone, Pinson) – 3:29
  6. "Meant to Be" (Tracy Lawrence, Flip Anderson, Rick Huckaby) – 3:21
  7. "That Was Us" (Craig Wiseman, Tony Lane) – 3:20
  8. "She Loved the Devil Out of Me" (Eric Clark, Lawrence, Huckaby) – 3:13
  9. "Whole Lot of Lettin' Go" (Nelson, Boone, Lawrence) – 3:13
  10. "What a Memory" (Beard, Jeff Bates) – 4:27
  11. "God's Green Earth" (Billy Yates, Monty Criswell) – 2:43
  12. "I Won All the Battles" (Nelson, Boone, Lawrence) – 3:37


From Liner Notes[2]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 13
U.S. Billboard 200 136


  1. ^ Allmusic - review
  2. ^ Tracy Lawrence (Media notes). Tracy Lawrence. Atlantic Records/Warner Bros. Records. 2001. 9 48187-2.