Top 10 LeAnn Rimes Songs

LeeAnn Rimes Songs

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Our Top 10 LeAnn Rimes songs list looks back at the career of a great country and pop music star who arrived on the scene with a hit single entitled “Blue,” when she was just thirteen years old. LeAnn Rimes would proved to be no one hit wonder. Even though she was only thirteen years old when she had her first big hit, it would be just one year later in 1997 when LeAnn Rimes would win two Grammy awards for Best New Artist and Best Country Female Vocal Performance, all before she was even fifteen years old. Since LeAnn Rimes arrived on the scene she has released twelve studio albums and close to forty singles. LeAnn Rimes has sold over twenty million records and had been one of the most loved musical artists of the past twenty five years.

# 10 – Blue

There is no other way to open up our LeAnn Rimes songs list than with her spectacular debut single entitled “Blue.”  The song was released on the album entitled  It was the first single released from the album Blue. The album was released in 1996. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number ten. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number twenty six. The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number one. The song was composed by Bill Mack. “Blue” won a Grammy Award for Best Country Song in 1996.

# 9 – You Light Up My Life

Continuing with our top 10 LeAnn Rimes songs list we take a listen to the great song entitled “You Light Up My Life.”  The song was released on the album entitled You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs. The album was released in 1997. It was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number forty eight. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number thirty man. The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number fifty seven. The song was composed by Joseph Brooks.

# 8 – Written In The Stars

In the number eight spot on our top 10 LeAnn Rimes sings list we take a listen to the great song entitled “Written In The Stars.” This was a fantastic duet between LeAnn Rimes and Elton John. The song was released on the album entitled Elton John and
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The album was released in 1999.The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number twenty nine. The song also was a hit on the Canadian  Music Charts rising all the way to number four. The song also became a top 10 hit in the United Kingdom. The song was composed by Elton John and Tim Rice.

# 7 – Unchained Melody

In the number seven position on our top 10 LeAnn Rimes songs list is the classic Righteous Brothers  song entitled “Unchained Melody.”  LeAnn Rimes great cover of the  song was released on the album entitled  Blue. The album was released in 1996. It was the fourth single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number three. The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number three. The song “Unchained Melody,”  was composed by Alex North and Hy Zaret.

# 6 – Nothin’ Better to Do

Landing in the number six spot on our top 10 LeAnn Rimes songs list we present the rocking country flavored song “Nothin’ Better to Do.”  This one sounds like a cross between Patty Loveless and Sugarland.The song was released on the album entitled Family. The album was released in 2007.  It was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number fourteen. The song “Nothin’ Better to Do” also was a hit on the US Billboard Country Airplay Charts reaching number  “Nothin’ Better to Do” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number seventy three.  The song “Nothin’ Better to Do”  was composed by Darrell Brown, LeAnn Rimes and Dean Sheremet.

# 5 – Long Live Love

At the halfway point on our top 10 LeAnn Rimes songs list we take a listen to the r&b soulful side of LeAnn Rimes with the song entitled “Long Live Love.” LeAnn Rimes sounds close to Joss Stone on this one. The song was issued on the album entitled Remnants. The album was released in 2016. It was the third single released from the album. “Long Live Love” was a huge hit on the US Billboard Dance Club Songs Charts peaking at number one. The song also was a hit on the US Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts reaching number thirty eight. The song “Long Live Love” was composed by LeAnn Rimes, Darrell Brown and Mark Batson.

# 4 – One Way Ticket (Because I Can)

At the number four spot on our top 10 LeAnn Rimes songs list we present the upbeat song entitled “One Way Ticket (Because I Can).” The song was released on the album entitled Blue. The album was released in 1996. It was the third single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number one making it LeAnn Rimes first number one hit in the United States.  The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way up to number four. The song was composed by Keith Hinton and Judy Rodman.

# 3 – I Need You

Moving along on our top 10 LeAnn Rimes songs list we present the glorious song entitled “I Need You.” This was one of LeAnn Rimes biggest hits in the US. The song was released on the album entitled Jesus: Music from and Inspired by the Epic-Mini-Series. The album was released in 2000. It was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number eight. The song “I Need You,” was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number eleven.  The song also was a hit on the Canadian Country Music Charts rising all the way to number eighteen. The song was composed by Dennis Matkosky and Ty Lacy.

# 2 – Can’t Fight the Moonlight

Just of the top spot on our top 10 LeAnn Rimes songs list we celebrate the rhythmic high-spirited song entitled “Can’t Fight the Moonlight.” The song was released on the  soundtrack album entitled Coyote Ugly. The album was released in 2000. This was a huge hit for LeAnn Rimes showing off her pop side in the most perfect fashion  It was the first single released from the album. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs Charts peaking at number eleven. However, the song was a worldwide number one hit hitting the number one spot in multiple countries around the world including the United Kingdom, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and the Netherlands.

# 1 – How Do I Live

We wrap up our top 10 LeAnn Rimes songs list with the song entitled “How Do I Live.” The groove on this one is just so marvelous setting up the perfect musical stage for the phenomenal voice of the multi talented LeAnn Rimes. The song “How Do I Live” was released on the album entitled You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs. The album was released in 1997. The song was a hit on the US Billboard Hot 100 peaking at number two making it LeAnn Rimes highest charting single of her career on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also was a top 10 hit in The Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The song was composed by Diane Warren.

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