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Songs About Me
Studio album by Trace Adkins
Released March 22, 2005
Genre Country
Length 40:48
Label Capitol Nashville
Producer Scott Hendricks (all tracks except 4, 7, 11)
Dann Huff (tracks 4, 7, 11)
Professional reviews
Trace Adkins chronology
Comin' on Strong
Songs About Me
Honky Tonk Badonkadonk

Songs About Me is the seventh album of country music singer Trace Adkins. It was released on March 22, 2005 on Capitol Records Nashville. His highest-selling album to date, it has been certified 2× Multi-Platinum by the RIAA. Singles from this album include the title track, "Arlington", and "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk", which respectively reached #2, #16, and #2 on the Billboard country charts. "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" was also a Top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 and Pop 100 charts.

The track "Metropolis" was originally recorded by Anthony Smith on his 2003 album If That Ain't Country, and Sammy Kershaw on his 2003 album I Want My Money Back.

Track listing

  1. "Songs About Me" (Shaye Smith, Ed Hill) - 3:24
  2. "Arlington" (Jeremy Spillman, Dave Turnbull) - 4:07
  3. "Find Me a Preacher" (Shane Minor, Wendell Mobley) - 3:43
  4. "My Way Back" (Neil Thrasher, Tony Martin) - 3:51
  5. "I Wish It Was You" (Tom Shapiro, Steve Bogard) - 4:07
  6. "Bring It On" (George Teren, Rivers Rutherford) - 3:42
  7. "My Heaven" (Chris Wallin, Jim Collins) - 3:25
  8. "Baby I'm Home" (Dylan Altman, Fred Wilhelm, Billy Falcon) - 3:58
  9. "Metropolis" (Anthony Smith, Wallin) - 3:20
  10. "I Learned How to Love from You" (Steve Nathan, Tim Mensy) - 3:05
  11. "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk" (Randy Houser, Dallas Davidson, Jamey Johnson) - 4:01


Preceded by
Kerosene by Miranda Lambert
Top Country Albums number-one album
April 9 - April 15, 2005
Succeeded by
The Right to Bare Arms by Larry the Cable Guy


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