I Breathe In, I Breathe Out

Infobox Single
Name = I Breathe In, I Breathe Out


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Artist = Chris Cagle
Album = Play It Loud
Released = 2001
Format = CD single
Recorded =
Genre = Country
Length = 4:06
Label = Capitol Nashville/Virgin
Writer = Jon Robbin, Chris Cagle
Producer = Stacie Irvin
Certification =
Last single = "Laredo"
(2000)
This single = "I Breathe In, I Breathe Out"
(2001)
Next single = "Country By the Grace of God"
(2002)
Misc =

"I Breathe In, I Breathe Out" is the title of a song recorded and co-written by country music artist Chris Cagle. It was first recorded by David Kersh on his 1998 album "If I Never Stop Loving You"; Kersh's version was not released as a single.

Cagle himself later recorded the song for a re-issue of his debut album "Play It Loud". Released in mid-2001, his version reached Number One on the U.S. "Billboard" country music charts in early 2002, giving Cagle his first and (to date) only Number One hit.

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