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The first single from ''Time Well Wasted'' was "Alcohol", which reached a peak of number 4 on the ''[[Billboard (magazine)|Billboard]]'' country charts in mid-2005. After it came "When I Get Where I'm Going", featuring background vocals from [[Dolly Parton]]. This song became Paisley's fifth Number One and Parton's twenty-fifth, as well as her first since the [[Ricky Van Shelton]] duet "[[Rockin' Years]]" in 1991. It also made her the oldest female artist to have a Number One hit on the country charts.
"The World", the third single, became Paisley's highest-debuting single when it entered the charts at number 37, and was his sixth Number One. Finishing off the single releases was "She's Everything", also a Number One. "Waitin' on a Woman", a cut from this album, was re-recorded and released to radio in 2008, and was added to his next studio album, 20082007's ''[[5th Gear (album)|5th Gear]]''. Upon its reaching Number One, the re-recording of "Waitin' on a Woman" became Paisley's eighth Number One in a row, setting a new record for the most consecutive country Number One hits since the inception of [[Nielsen SoundScan]] in 1990.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.countrystandardtime.com/news/newsitem.asp?xid=2083 |title=Brad Paisley notches one more number one |accessdate=2008-09-09 |date=2008-09-08 |work=[[Country Standard Time]]}}</ref>
==Track listing==
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