Lainie Hill - Time Marches On / Ain't I Worth A Dime album
Listen on Apple Music. 1. Dollar Ain't Worth a Dime. Released: 4 May 2009. 2009 Little Engine Records. More By Sean Patrick McGraw.
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The album functions as a compelling retrospective of . s life and career while proving he’s far from finished. Billed as a TED Talk for hustlers, Dime Trap‘s thug motivation qualities are evident. Looking Back finds the Rubberband Man giving hustlers and civilians some tough love: Tell me what you gon see when you looking back at yo life/Won’t be worth a damn if you ain’t living it right. Be There is fitting in that Tip’s motivational lyricism has been a chin-up to his fans since he was worth a couple hundred grand. However, the song’s airy feel is an inconsistent way to end such a sonically dense album, which would have been better off closing with the defiant You. The album’s ending is a minor gripe, and even the filler knocks on Dime Trap. What Can I Say adds little to the project’s depth but remains a head-bobber to those who bask in southern swag.
Time Marches On" is a song written by Bobby Braddock, and recorded by American country music artist Tracy Lawrence. It was released in March 1996 as the second single and title track from his album Time Marches On. It was the fifteenth chart single of his career. It spent three weeks at Number One on the Billboard country charts in mid-1996, becoming the longest-lasting Number One hit of his career.
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|A||Time Marches On
Written-By – B. Crewe*, G. Weston*
|B||Ain't I Worth A Dime
Written-By – B. Crewe*, H. Bernstein*
- Arranged By, Producer – Herb Bernstein
|809||Lainie Hall*||Time Marches On / Ain't I Worth A Dime (7", Single, Promo, RE)||New Voice Records||809||US||Unknown|