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Dan Tyler (born Daniel Eugene Tyler, born November 22, 1950, McComb, Mississippi) is an American songwriter. Among his best known songs are “Bobbie Sue”, “Modern Day Romance”, “Twenty Years Ago”, “Somebody’s Doin’ Me Right”, and “The Light In Your Eyes.”
His songs have been recorded by, among others, Eddy Arnold, The Oak Ridge Boys, Bobby Blue Bland, Keith Whitley, Candi Staton, Kenny Rogers, Agnetha Faltskog, LeAnn Rimes, B.J. Thomas, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Dr. Hook, Eddie Rabbitt, the C