When You Get a Little Lonely

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When You Get a Little Lonely
Studio album by Maureen McCormick
Released April 4, 1995
Recorded 1995
Genre Country music
Length 33:21
Label Phantom Hill Records
Producer Barry Coffing
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Allmusic 1.5/5 stars[1]

When You Get a Little Lonely is the debut album from The Brady Brunch star Maureen McCormick. The album was released nationally on April 4, 1995 on the independent Phantom Hill Records. The album was a failure, as Nashville pushed McCormick away. No singles were released and the album failed to enter any Billboard music chart.

The title track is a cover song from country pop singer Nicolette Larson.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "When You Get a Little Lonely" - 4:03 (Nicolette Larson, Wendy Waldman, Josh Leo)
  2. "I'd Have to Call It Love" - 3:11 (Douglas Millett, Robert Ellis Orrall)
  3. "Tell Mama" - 3:03 (Barry Coffing)
  4. "Some Somebody" - 3:16 (Troy Seals, Mike Reid, Rhonda Gunn)
  5. "We Must Have Done Something Right" - 3:29 (Marc Beeson, Liz Hengber)
  6. "Cloud of Dust" - 3:14 (Judy Rodman, Tom Damphier)
  7. "Go West" - 2:53 (Gretchen Peters)
  8. "Oh Boy!" - 3:03 (Norman Petty, Bill Tilghman, Sonny West)
  9. "Might As Well Be Me" - 2:52 (Pam Tillis, Gary Nicholson)
  10. "I Do But I Don't" - 2:37 (Bill Lloyd, Mark Irwin)
  11. "I Can't Say" - 2:41 (George Teren, Bob Regan)