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Liz Anderson

b. Elizabeth Jane Haaby, 13 March 1930, Pine Creek, near Roseau, Minnesota, USA. Anderson wedded nation songwriter Casey Anderson in 1946, but worked well like a secretary before embracing songwriting herself. She had written ‘Pick FROM THE Week’ (Roy Drusky, 1964), ‘(My Close friends Are Gonna Become) Strangers’ (Merle Haggard, 1965), ‘Think My Eyes Had been Larger Than My Center’ (Conway Twitty, 1966), ‘Simply BETWEEN YOUR Two Of Us’ (Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens, 1966) and ‘I’m A Lonesome Fugitive’ (Merle Haggard, 1967), that was created with her spouse and founded Haggard’s rebellious picture. She documented on RCA Information from 1964-70, and got nation strikes with ‘Mama Spank’, ‘Tiny Tears’, ‘Spouse Hunting’ and, in 1972, she documented a nation edition of ‘I’ll Under no circumstances Fall In Like Once again’ for Epic. ‘The Video game Of Triangles’ was sung with Bobby Bare and Norma Jean. She had written Lynn Anderson’s (her girl) first nation hit, ‘Trip, Ride, Trip’ in 1966, plus they later on made the united states nation charts having a duet, ‘Mom May I’. Lynn documented Songs My Mom Wrote and continues to be placing her mom’s tracks with contemporary performers. Liz and Casey stay in the music business and hosted a nation show on cable in Nashville. Anderson came back to documenting in the past due 90s.

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