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Hank Cochran

Nashville songwriter Hank Cochran penned a large number of nation hits through the 1960s, ’70s, and ’80s, including “We Fall to Parts” (Patsy Cline), “The Seat” (George Strait), “Don’t Contact Me personally” (Jeannie Seely), “NOT Ever Get Sick and tired of Hurtin’ Me personally?” (Ray Cost and Ronnie Milsap), “IT ISN’T Love (But IT ISN’T Poor)” (Merle Haggard), “Make the Globe DISAPPEAR COMPLETELY” (Eddy Arnold), and “She’s Got You” (Cline once again). Cochran well balanced music and lyric tasks evenly when composing co-compositions with Nashville legends like Harlan Howard, Vern Gosdin, and Dean Dillon.

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