1. Almost There (3:22) A warm, rootsy folk shuffle The title track and one of three songs co-written with Scot Sax, this is a sweetly melancholic and cleverly spun meditation on the struggle to appreciate the present moment and the yearning for some goal always beyond our reach. 2. Sugar Blues (3:25) Reggae-tinged blues A buoyant, sunny elegy for love's departure, also co-written with Sax. 3. Own Little Show (2:59) A sweet, loping country charmer This song evokes the simple perfection of a slow, star-lit, romantic summer evening. 4. 28 Days (4:23) Moody, meditative ballad burnished with plaintive pedal steel Who hasn't endured a seemingly endless bout of the doldrums? Brown writes of time crawling by while she fixates on an elusive turning point that will bring her to the other side. 5. Receipt for Love (3:00) Retro, hand-clapping country-rock Admittedly a strange song to write with Sax a month after the two met and began dating, here the duo playfully serves up a wry dose of cautious affection. 6. I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday (1:47) Swinging Fats Domino cover with rollicking shouts of Hey and a piano boogie feel Leaving a relationship has never sounded so fun. 7. Fallen Down (3:54) A spare and striking ballad Brown wrote this song in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. It serves as an aching lament for the lives and dreams stolen and the confounding senselessness of the tragedy. 8. Don't Know If I Dare (4:30) Standout ballad of smoky, stately warmth This is Brown at her most vulnerable, splaying all of her doubts and fears in the face of genuine love and commitment. 9. Everywhere I Go (3:06) Ebullient folk-rock sing-a-long Brown revels, with infectious lyrics and melodies, in the giddy joys of love. 10. Be With Me (3:48) Slow-burning, R&B-tinged ballad This soulful entreaty to a troubled lover honors the brokenness both partners bring to the relationship. 11. Space Between (4:07) Just plain beautiful, high-lonesome unlikely love song Brown weaves a haunting yet ultimately redeeming portrait of that battles that wear love down and the hope reclaimed in the settling dust.