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Andrews planned on dancing in her school's talent show, but her sister convinced her to sing Dolly Parton's "I Will Always Love You" instead. Meanwhile, after someone sent a song of her singing to producer Byron Gallimore, Andrews signed with Dream Works Records Nashville and soon began working on her first album.Prior to its release, she began opening for Faith Hill on her Fall 1998 tour, as well as for Tim Mc Graw (also produced by Gallimore) for his New Year's Eve concert.At the age of 15, Andrews released her debut album, Heart Shaped World.Gallimore, who was sensitive to her age, let her record 50 songs before settling on the twelve that appear on the album.
Its second and third singles, "Helplessly, Hopelessly" and "Karma", peaked at No. Its lead-off single, "There's More to Me Than You", reached Top 20 on the country singles charts, while the second (and final) single, "Good Time", failed to make Top 40.The album featured more of an emphasis on ballads than her first two albums did.Also in 2003, she befriended and began dating songwriter Marcel, co-writer of "There's More to Me Than You".Serving as its debut single was "I Will Be There for You", which Andrews had recorded in November 1998 for the Nashville soundtrack to the Dream Works Animation film The Prince of Egypt. 28 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in 1999. Andrews was also featured on the premiere episode of On the Verge, a television series on CMT which followed the careers of up-and-coming country artists.In March of that year, she also performed the song on an episode of the soap opera Another World; One month later, she made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry. Heart Shaped World also produced two more Top 40 country singles in "You Go First (Do You Wanna Kiss)" and "Unbreakable Heart", although the fourth single ("I Do Now") failed to reach Top 40. On May 3, 2000, Andrews was invited to sing "Unbreakable Heart" at the ACM Awards, where she was nominated for Top New Female Vocalist, along with Julie Reeves and Chalee Tennison.
It also appeared at the end of an episode of Lizzie Mc Guire.