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Songwriter Bobby Braddock

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Songwriter Bobby Braddock

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Bobby Braddock is the award-winning country songwriter behind tunes including "He Stopped Loving Her today," "D-I-V-O-R-C-E," and "Did You Ever."

Now he's tackled a different kind of writing: His memoir, Down in Orburndale: A Songwriter's Youth in Old Florida, is out now from Louisiana State University Press.

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Down in Orburndale

A Songwriter's Youth in Old Florida

by Bobby Braddock

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