The Bottom Line
- "There Goes My Life"
- "I Go Back"
- "Please Come to Boston"
- No lyrics are included.
- Includes 11 tracks plus 3 LIVE bonus tracks.
- Includes the No. 1 single, "There Goes My Life."
- Duet with Uncle Kracker -- "When the Sun Goes Down."
Guide Review - Kenny Chesney - 'When the Sun Goes Down'
While a majority of songs from "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems" dealt with looking back, this album contains songs of many different subjects. Sure, there are some that look back, as in "There Goes My Life," and "I Go Back," but there are also the island-tinged title track, "Some People Change," which tells of people that may have started thinking one way, but something makes them totally change the way they feel. In "Anything But Mine" Kenny sings about a love affair that was brief, but even so, he can't help believing that she could be "anything but his." In "Keg In The Closet" Kenny sings of the college years and parties, and in "The Woman With You," his lady says that after a hard day of making decisions, it's good to come home where she can just be his woman.
If you enjoyed "No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems," it's a good bet you will also be happy with this album as well.
A certain number of albums will include three Bonus Tracks of "Live Those Songs," "What I Need To Do," and "Please Come To Boston," all recorded live, and a great addition.
Gotta give this a thumbs up. Way to go Kenny!