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” “Walking On the Moon” is an upbeat tune about young love and was country enough to have had hit single potential.It is my favorite song on the album and likely would have been a hit if Janie had stumbled across it a few years earlier.

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A handful of other songs on the album were recorded by other artists at one stage or another.

“I Can’t Help The Way That I Don’t Feel” had appeared on Sylvia’s 1985 album It’s the type of ballad that is best served by minimal production, and that is where Janie’s version falters.

What was to prove to be the girls’ final secular album was released in 1992.

‘What’ll You Do About Me’ is a vivacious up-tempo song written by Denis Linde.

It casts Janie as the other woman – or perhaps a would-be other woman, the extent to which the relationship has progressed is unclear.

At any rate she has grown weary of listening to her partner singing the praises of his perfect wife and family, and rightly asks him if things are so wonderful at home, “What are you doing here with me?

The outstanding ‘Does My Ring Burn Your Finger’ (written by Buddy with wife Julie) is a modern classic, also having been recorded by Lee Ann Womack and others including soul singer Solomon Burke on his Miller-produced Julie was Buddy’s most frequent co-writer on this album, also co-ring the graceful, melodic waltz which lends the album its title.

Emmylou Harris (for whom Buddy had been playing lead guitar) provides her distinctive harmony on this gorgeous pure country tune.

‘She Makes It Look Easy’ is an admiring, empathetic portrait of a single mom’s life. "Doodle" Owens, Confederate Railroad, Craig Wiseman, Dave Allen, Dave Gibson, Dennis Linde, Doug Johnson, Doug Supernaw, Gary Burr, Joe Diffie, John Jarrard, K. Oslin, Lisa Angelle, Randy Travis, Rory Michael Bourke, Shania Twain, Steve Earle, The Forester Sisters, Tim Bays, Tony Haselden, Walt Aldridge Like most other veteran acts, Janie Fricke was struggling to remain commercially relevant as the 1980s drew to a close.

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