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Lyrics:

Cloud 10

Side Effects

I've Had It

Hurts Don't It

Wrong About Me

It's a Guy Thing

Never Said Goodbye

I'll Save You The Trouble

He's No Angel

Every Angel in Heaven

Tears for Souvenirs

Bonus Track: Heaven's Bright Shore

Jennifer Webb "Cloud 10" CD Song Writers and Co-Writers:

Album Producer, Song Writer - JP Pennington

1986 BMI Writer of the Year

One of 100 BMI's Writers of the Century

9 One Million Performance Songs from BMI

3 Two Million Performance Songs from BMI

Co-wrote "TAKE ME DOWN" and "THE CLOSER YOU GET" by ALABAMA.

40 years in and out of EXILE, and still counting.

(EXILE: Nominated for Numerous CMA awards, with 11 #1 Hits EXILE still performs on a regular basis)

Born and raised in Berea, Ky. Son of Lily May Ledford, leader of legendary all-sister "Mountain Music-Bluegrass group, the Coon Creek Girls".

Les Taylor

A a member of EXILE since 1979 and co-wrote JANIE FRICKE'S biggest hit, "IT AIN'T EASY BEIN' EASY". He left the band temporarily in 1988 and had two critically-acclaimed solo albums on Epic Records. He and JP PENNINGTON re-formed EXILE in Dec. 1995. He is originally from London, KY.

Dickey Lee

Member of the Nashville Songwriter's Hall of Fame. Credits include "SHE THINKS I STILL CARE", "IN A DIFFERENT LIGHT", "KEEPER OF THE STARS". Recording artist in his own right.

Lisa Palas

An award winning songwriter and composer for film and musical theatre. Her songs have been recorded by ALABAMA, REBA, CONWAY TWITTY, THE OAK RIDGE BOYS, RANDY TRAVIS, KRIS KRISTOFFERSON, JOHN BERRY, CHRIS LEDOUX AND OTHERS. Recently, her song, "DO I LOVE YOU ENOUGH" was a single for the country band, RICOCHET, and also recorded by the urban artist, TONY KURTIS, whose cut is featured in the WESLEY SNIPES film "DISAPPEARING ACTS". Her latest venture in theatre is scoring "JACK" (based on the story of Jack the Ripper) at THE WALDEN THEATRE in Louisville, Kentucky. Lisa is a member of the board of directors for the Nashville Songwriters Association, International. She is originally from Cynthiana, Kentucky.

Nancy W. Peacock

Nancy is an established songwriter and publisher in Nashville, TN. Her publishing companies, Washington Street Publishing (BMI) and Hartman House Publishing (ASCAP) represent songs of all genres of music. Nancy has placed songs on artists' projects in the USA, UK and Canada. The latest cut is on the soon to be released Jerry Springer "In America". She has recently expanded her pitching to film, television, and theater with a song placed in the new Broadway musical "Urban Cowboy". As a songwriter Nancy's catalog ranges from Pop, Latin Pop, R&B/Urban, Country, Christian, Inspirational to Instrumental Theme Music. Her cuts include "Catch The Glory" co-written with Brad Ellis was used by Bell South as the theme song for the 1996 Paralympics in Atlanta and was also used for a 9/11 memorial CD titled "Let Freedom Sing". Her song "Dare To Dream" co-written with Brad Ellis is slated for a mentoring documentary film by the Olympic film producer, Bud Greenspan.

Brad Ellis

Talented and versatile Atlanta songwriter with over two dozen indie songs. Cuts ranging from Country/Christian to Urban/Pop. Brad is a well known and active member of the Atlanta musical community and his songs are routinely performed live in and around the Atlanta area.

Freddy Weller

Former recording artist on Columbia Records. He was the great looking guitarist with PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS. Songs "LONELY WOMEN MAKE GOOD LOVERS" by STEVE WARINER "THEY ASKED ABOUT YOU" REBA MCENTIRE "THE WRITING ON THE WALL" GEORGE JONES "SHE NEVER CRIED WHEN OLE YELLER DIED" CONFEDERATE RAILROAD

George Teren

New England-born writer responsible for such hits as "BUSY MAN" by BILLY RAY CYRUS and "RUNNING OUT OF REASONS TO RUN" by RICK TREVINO.

Roxie Dean

Co-wrote "I THINK ABOUT YOU" by JAMIE O'NEAL and one of LEE ANN WOMACK'S hits "WHY THEY CALL IT FALLING". She is currently awaiting her debut album release on Dreamworks Records. She is from Baton Rouge, LA.

Larry Cordle

Wrote "HIGHWAY 40 BLUES" by RICKY SCAGGS, "LONESOME STANDARD TIME" by KATHY MATTEA, "MAMA, DON'T FORGET TO PRAY FOR ME" by DIAMOND RIO and "MURDER ON MUSIC ROW" by GEORGE STRAIT and ALAN JACKSON. He was born and raised in Lawrence County, KY. He currently is leader of his world renown Bluegrass band, "Larry Cordle and Lonesome Standard Time".

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