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Songwriter Felice Bryant, left, is inducted into the Country Music
Hall of Fame by Barbara Mandrell on Oct. 2, 1991, in Nashville,
Tenn. Bryant died Tuesday at her home in Gatlinburg, Tenn. She was
77. Among her songwriting credits is "Rocky Top," which has become
the fight song for the University of Tennessee.

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Pop, country songwriter Felice Bryant, 77, dies

Felice Bryant, who with her husband wrote "Bye Bye Love" and other Everly Brothers hits and the hand-clapping bluegrass standard "Rocky Top," died Tuesday. She was 77.


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