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"My, Oh My"
Single by The Wreckers
from the album Stand Still, Look Pretty
Released September 2006
Genre Country
Length 3:31
Label Maverick
Writer(s) Michelle Branch, Jessica Harp, Wayne Kirkpatrick, and Josh Leo
Producer Paul Worley
The Wreckers singles chronology
"Leave the Pieces"
"My, Oh My"

"My, Oh My" is the title of a song written by Wayne Kirkpatrick, Josh Leo, and co-written and recorded by American country duo The Wreckers. It was released in September 2006 as the second single from their debut album, Stand Still, Look Pretty.



"My, Oh My" is a mid-tempo song with a traditional production featuring banjo, fiddle, and cowbell. The song speaks of a narrator who notices how everything changes so rapidly, and remembers when there was empty land where there are now parking lots and stores.

Not no more
Not no more
My, oh my
Look how the time flies
Look how the world changes
In the blink of an eye
My, oh my
Look how the years have flown
Turning around before you know it
Up and gone
Oh my, oh my, oh my

The song is performed completely in duet form by both members of The Wreckers (Branch and Harp), as oppose to other songs where they alternate between verses ("Leave the Pieces") or one member has lead vocals on a certain song (Harp on "Tennessee").

Music video

The music video is in the style of old westerns.

The music video, directed by Paul Boyd, features Jessica Harp and Michelle Branch riding in a horse drawn carriage. They pick up a banker with a briefcase full of cash. Then they stage a robbery of the cash with their gang/band. When the police show up they pretend to be innocents and slowly slip away with the cash. The video is done old western style.

Chart performance

"My, Oh My" debuted at #56 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week of September 23, 2006. In January 2007, the song also debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at #94.[1]

Chart (2006-2007) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs 9
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 87
Canadian Radio & Records Country Singles 6


  1. ^ Jonathan Cohen, "Beyonce Begins Seventh Week As Hot 100 Leader",, January 18, 2007.

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