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Waylon Holyfield

President and Hall of Fame Songwriter

NSAI

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To Leap, Or Not To Leap (That Is The Question) - Songstuff

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Let's take a look at part of the chorus from the Anne Murray classic, "Could I Have This Dance" co-written by former NSAI president and hall of fame songwriter Waylon Holyfield along with the great Bob House.


www.songstuff.com

Let's take a look at part of the chorus from the Anne Murray classic, "Could I Have This Dance" co-written by former NSAI president and hall of fame songwriter Waylon Holyfield along with the great Bob House.


Songstuff Songwriting Articles: To Leap, Or Not To Leap (That Is The Question)

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Let's take a look at part of the chorus from the Anne Murray classic, "Could I Have This Dance" co-written by former NSAI president and hall of fame songwriter Waylon Holyfield along with the great Bob House.


CMT.com: News

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Welcoming Clark was Songwriters Hall of Fame member Waylon Holyfield, who praised him for his attention to craft and refusal to write to "the lowest common denominator."


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