8 thoughts on “ LeAnn Rimes - I Need You (CD) ”

  1. This LeAnn Rimes CD is great. I am not a country fan but I like LeAnn's voice. I have become a big fan after she did music for Coyote Ugly and now have many of her CD's. This one is my favorite though because of the variation of songs. The song from the Olympics was on here as well as remixes and soundtrack songs/5().
  2. Jan 01,  · This LeAnn Rimes CD is great. I am not a country fan but I like LeAnn's voice. I have become a big fan after she did music for Coyote Ugly and now have many of her CD's. This one is my favorite though because of the variation of songs. The song from the Olympics was on here as well as remixes and soundtrack songs/5().
  3. Label: Curb Records - ,London Records - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country LeAnn Rimes - I Need You (, CD) | Discogs/5(22).
  4. Release '01, UK edition of the country pop diva's album includes three bonus tracks, remixes of the first two hit singles, 'I Can't Fight the Moonlight' (Latino Mix) and 'I Need You' (Dave Aude Radio Edit), plus 'Soon' (Graham Stack Radio Edit)/5().
  5. But I Do Love You (Almighty Radio Edit) Remix – Almighty Remix [Credited To] – Almighty Associates* Soon (Graham Stack Radio Edit) Producer – Chuck Howard, Mike Curb: I Need You (Graham Stack Radio Edit) Producer – LeAnn Rimes Written-By – Dennis Matkosky, Ty Lacy: /5(3).
  6. Mar 26,  · I Need You Producer – LeAnn Rimes, Wilbur C. Rimes Written-By – Dennis Matkosky, Ty Lacy: 3: But I Do Love You Producer – Trevor Horn Written-By – Diane Warren: 4: You Are Producer – Wilbur C. Rimes Written-By – Laurie Webb: 5: Soon Producer – Wilbur C. Rimes Written-By – Diane Warren: 6: Can't Fight The 4/5(3).
  7. Jun 01,  · edited over 6 years ago This album is a compilation the physical CD consists of previous released songs such as the title track, "I Need You" (), "Can't Fight the Moonlight" (), "But I Do Love You" () and "Written in the Stars" ()/5(10).
  8. Product description. Leann Rimes ~ I Need You dredlovacisisrans.svizokagluricocoveswaytsunucuph.co Anyone who remembers the thrill of LeAnn Rimes's debut single, "Blue," the best song Patsy Cline never cut, can't help but be bummed by how country's little Lolita has squandered her talent/5().

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