American country artist Trisha Yearwood has released 14 studio albums, 8 compilation albums, 41 music videos, and 60 singles, and has appeared on 28 albums. Yearwood's self-titled debut album was released in 1991, peaking at number two on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and number thirty one on the Billboard 200. It became the first debut female country album to sell one million copies, eventually certifying double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.
Lyrics to "Hearts In Armor" song by Trisha Yearwood: One more day My heart's in armor Though I meant to let you in In an effort not to harm it I have. One more day My heart's in armor Though I meant to let you in In an effort not to harm it I have missed my chance again. I was singing when I freed you But my pride was just a veil I pretended not to need you Now my heart tells a different tale. And every hour that goes by The harder I become Because I let that well run dry Because I left you unanswered. Then like a fool I kept my secret When it made no sense to try Now I can no longer keep it For it's late and the moon is high.
Redirected from Hearts In Armor). Hearts in Armor is the second studio album by country singer Trisha Yearwood. Four of its tracks found spots in the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in 1992 and 1993: "Wrong Side of Memphis" rose to No. 5, "Walkaway Joe" to No. 2, "You Say You Will" to No. 12, and "Down on My Knees" to No. 19. The album rose to No. 12 in the Billboard country albums chart.
This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 94/142 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Hearts in Armor. BPM Profile Hearts in Armor. Album starts at 142BPM, ends at 124BPM (-18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Trisha Yearwood.
Trisha Yearwood Albums. Hearts in Armor Album. Release Date September 1, 1992. For Reasons I've Forgotten. Nearest Distant Shore.
Album: Hearts In Armor, 1992. A heartbreaking song performed by Trisha Yearwood and written by Jude Johnstone. That's Don Henley singing the beautiful harmony. A song about someone unwilling to take a chance on love. That sometimes happens after a previous heartbreak and we are unwilling to risk getting hurt again. It's sad. I can't really identify; I have been badly hurt in the past, but I didn't shut down my heart, I wanted to experience those previous feelings again.