I Hope (Dixie Chicks song)

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"I Hope"
Single by Dixie Chicks
from the album Taking the Long Way
ReleasedOctober 10, 2005
FormatDigital download
GenreCountry pop, blue-eyed soul
Length4:04 (radio edit)
5:04 (iTunes)
5:25 (album)
LabelColumbia Nashville
Writer(s)Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Robison, Kevin Moore
Producer(s)Rick Rubin
Dixie Chicks singles chronology
"Top of the World"
(2003)
"I Hope"
(2005)
"Not Ready to Make Nice"
(2006)
Taking the Long Way track listing
"So Hard"
(13)
"I Hope"
(14)
 
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"I Hope" redirects here. For the song by Rebecca Ferguson, see I Hope (Rebecca Ferguson song).
"I Hope"
Single by Dixie Chicks
from the album Taking the Long Way
ReleasedOctober 10, 2005
FormatDigital download
GenreCountry pop, blue-eyed soul
Length4:04 (radio edit)
5:04 (iTunes)
5:25 (album)
LabelColumbia Nashville
Writer(s)Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines, Emily Robison, Kevin Moore
Producer(s)Rick Rubin
Dixie Chicks singles chronology
"Top of the World"
(2003)
"I Hope"
(2005)
"Not Ready to Make Nice"
(2006)
Taking the Long Way track listing
"So Hard"
(13)
"I Hope"
(14)

"I Hope" is a countrypop song written and performed by the American all-female trio Dixie Chicks for their seventh studio album, Taking the Long Way, in 2006.

It was nominated for two Grammy Awards at the 48th ceremony, but lost in both categories.[1]

Song information[edit]

The song, written by all the three band members (Emily Robison, Martie Maguire, Natalie Maines) and Kevin Moore, received its debut performance on the Shelter from the Storm: A Concert for the Gulf Coast telethon on September 9, 2005. It was later made available as a digital download single with proceeds to benefit the Hurricane Katrina relief. The song features a guitar solo from John Mayer.

Comments about the song by band members[edit]

This is what band members Robison and Maines commented about the writing process of "I Hope":[2]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2006)Peak
position
US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)[3]54

Awards nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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