Clawson and Vicky McGehee.
"Keeper Of The Stars," most notably has been one of my favorites for a long time from Byrd. There's not much you can say about his songs like "Drinkin' Bone." All you have to do is listen to the chorus and that's enough said: "The drinkin' bones connected to the party bone, the party bones connected to the stayin' out all night long. She won't think it's funny and I'll wind up all alone and the lonely bones connected to the drinkin' bone.." I wouldn't even know how to start the review of the song. Basically, it's just one of those "songs that we enjoy but have absolutely no meaning..." They do well on radio, they have great melodies, but they are just so pointless when it comes to what they mean.
Overall though, Tracy Byrd's Greatest Hits contains a great collection of songs that is perfect for the Tracy Byrd and country music fan. - Janelle Landauer
1. The Truth About Men (with Andy Griggs, Montgomery Gentry and Blake Shelton)
2. Just Let Me Be In Love
3. Drinkin' Bone
4. Watermelon Crawl
5. Keeper Of The Stars
6. A Good Way To Get On My Bad Side (Duet with Mark Chesnutt)
7. Ten Rounds With Jose Guervo
8. Put Your Hand In Mine
9. I'm From The Country
10. Tiny Town
11. Johnny Cash +New!+
12. Revenge Of A Middle-Aged Woman +New!+
Album picks: "Keeper Of The Stars," "Watermelon Crawl," "Put Your Hand In Mine," and "Tiny Town."