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Howard, Harlan Perry
Section 20  Lot 21
ID #200150 

Harlan Perry
Howard
September 8, 1927
March 3, 2002 

“He wrote the songs
    I held the pen”
  Heartaches by the number …
I fall to pieces … Life turned her
that way … Tiger by the tail …
Busted … Above and Beyond …
Somebody should leave …
Somewhere tonight …Don’t tell
me what to do… Why not me …
Blame it on your heart …

Most people know Harlan Howard
by the songs he’s penned – More
than 4,000 of them.  In a six
decade career, the “Dean of
Nashville Songwriters” established
himself as one of the most prolific
songwriters of all time.  

        “Country Music
  Three Chords and the Truth” 

While here, he loved and was loved.  

Recorded 2007 



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