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  1. No More Looking over My Shoulder is American country music artist Travis Tritt's sixth studio album, which was released on October 13, It was the last album to be released by Warner Bros. Records before leaving for Columbia Records in Three singles were released from this album, in order of release they were: "If I Lost You", the title track, and "Start The Car", although the.
  2. C.D, No More Looking Over My Shoulder. From: M. Robertson, [email protected] Transcribed by [email protected] Travis has put out so many heart touching songs over the last few years, and when I heard this song coming home from work one morning, I had to stop and listen, I mean really listen, and to Travis, I must send a heartfelt Thank You.
  3. "No Looking Over My Shoulder" is a song recorded by American country music artist Travis Tritt. It was released in January as the second single and title track from the album No More Looking Over My perhanasotinglecdazzmirochelsstomba.coinfo song reached #38 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. The song was written by Michael Peterson and Craig Wiseman.. Chart performance.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of No More Looking Over My Shoulder on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - 9 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country3/5(4).
  5. Lyrics to 'No More Looking Over My Shoulder' by Travis Tritt. (Written by: Michael Peterson & Craig Wiseman) As a child I was told that I was destined to be nothing Growing wild as I got older I fulfilled what had been said Hiding ignorance and fear I prayed nobody saw me bluffing.
  6. Travis Tritt - No More Looking over My Shoulder Lyrics. As a child I was told that I was destined to be nothing Growing wild as I got older I fulfilled what had been said Hiding ignorance and fear.
  7. The few times he plays the Nashville game (and Tritt's not as far removed from all the big-hat cowboys as he thinks he is) are actually the moments where No More Looking Over My Shoulder finds a comfort zone (the plaintive ballad "If I Lost You" is the best thing here). Someone should tell him that his redneck heroes weren't all that 5/
  8. A No More lookin' over my shoulder, no more hangin' on to the past, No more fillin' up my tomorrow's, with yesterdays sorrow No More, No more. No, No No More Repeat Chorus, End Tag: A C D I have worked on this for the last few days, and I think its is pretty close, but if I messed up, please feel free to contact me or rewrite it. I hope this.

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