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On March 12, 1994, Vince Gill placed “Tryin’ to Get over You” at number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. It was his fifth and last number one single to top the said country chart. It might be his last top charting single however, he has a total of five number one singles all in all. His very first was “I Still Believe in You,” followed by “Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away.” Then, “The Heart Won’t Lie,” a duet with Reba McEntire and “One More Chance” was his fourth.

Vince Gill has five number ones but he has a total of sixty-three Billboard Hot Country Songs chart entries. A vast number of singles, indeed. Let’s all rewind the past through his last number one song “Tryin’ to Get over You.” There are a bunch of memories to recollect.

Tryin’ to Get over You…

Vince Gill, himself, wrote the words and lyrics of “Tryin’ to Get over You.” It was part of his album “I Still Believe in You.” The same album that catered us the other three top charting singles as mentioned above.

Moreover, the song is one of Vince Gill’s best creations or should I say work of arts. His high pitched voice suits every word and lyric. Also, the melody of the song can make your eyes water as it gives a little bit of sadness. The title alone “Tryin’ to Get over You” can provide us with a touch of unhappiness. Nevertheless, the whole song is indeed one of a kind.

A bit about Vince Gill…

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Vince Gill, one of the most soulful country artists in the country music scheme is not just a country singer and a songwriter but also a multi-instrumentalist.

In his entire career, Vince Gill has already recorded more than twenty studio albums. Those albums were mostly multi-platinum making him as one of the best-selling country artists of all time. He won 18 awards from CMA Awards including Entertainer of the Year awards and five Male Vocalist Awards. He also earned a total of 21 Grammy Awards more than any male country artist. He was inducted to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007.

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