Karen Halvorsen | Life Gets a Little Bit Crazy

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Life Gets a Little Bit Crazy

by Karen Halvorsen

All lyrics and music were written by Karen L. Halvorsen. A variety of new recordings, classic country songs, two step, and ballads. Some are full of mischief, some of sadness and some of personal life experiences.
Genre: Country: Country Rock
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1. Life Gets a Little Bit Crazy (Once in Awhile)
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2. Blame It On a Full Moon
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4:06 $0.99
3. Till the End and Forever
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4:50 $0.99
4. Not One Single Tear
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5. Put Out the Flame
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6. From This Day On
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7. This Is Over Tonight
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2:53 $0.99
8. Two Hours Past Too Late
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9. When You Walked By
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10. Come Be With Me Tonight
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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After receiving international attention with my writing, I felt it was time to put together an album of all original songs. Four of the songs have since been recorded and published in Nashville, TN. The others, will be new to you and other listeners. Every song tells a story and each has it's own distinct flavor. All vocals are performed by myself, except two songs that were meant to be sung by a man., who is a friend in Nashville, and would like to remain anonymous.


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