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I Got Dreams

I Got Dreams
Steve Wariner
Released 1989 (1989)[1]
Recorded at Soundstage, Eleven Eleven Sound and Masterfonics, Nashville, TN
Genre Country
Length 34:42
Label MCA
Producer Jimmy Bowen and Steve Wariner[2]
Steve Wariner chronology

I Should Be with You
I Got Dreams

I Got Dreams is an album by American country music artist Steve Wariner. It was released in 1989 via MCA Records. The album includes "Where Did I Go Wrong", "I Got Dreams" and "When I Could Come Home to You". "Where Did I Go Wrong" and "I Got Dreams" were both Number One country hits for him, and "When I Could Come Home to You" peaked at #5.

Track listing

  1. "I Got Dreams" (Steve Wariner, Bill LaBounty) - 3:51
  2. "Where Did I Go Wrong" (S. Wariner) - 3:31
  3. "I Could Get Lucky Tonight" (S. Wariner, LaBounty, Beckie Foster, Jennifer Kimball) - 3:57
  4. "Nothin' in the World (Gonna Keep Me from You)" (S. Wariner, Mike Reid) - 3:35
  5. "When I Could Come Home to You" (S. Wariner, Roger Murrah) - 3:45
  6. "Language of Love" (S. Wariner, John Hall, Johanna Hall) - 3:15
  7. "The Loser Wins" (S. Wariner, Mac McAnally) - 3:26
  8. "Do You Wanna Make Something of It" (S. Wariner, Wood Newton) - 3:07
  9. "Plano Texas Girl" (S. Wariner, Terry Wariner) - 2:55
  10. "The Flower That Shattered the Stone" (John Barlow Jarvis, Joe Henry) - 3:20


As listed in liner notes.[2]

Chart performance

Chart (1989) Peak
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 32


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