Mark Irwin (songwriter)

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Mark Irwin
Born The Bronx, New York[1]
Origin Nashville, Tennessee
Genres Country
Occupations Songwriter
Years active 1989-present

Mark Irwin is an American country music songwriter.

In 1990, he co-wrote Alan Jackson's "Here in the Real World", which was twice nominated for Song of the Year by the Country Music Association.[2] He also wrote "Till I Was Loved by You" by Chely Wright, "If the Jukebox Took Teardrops" by Danni Leigh, and "19 and Crazy" by Bomshel. In 2013, he wrote Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift's "Highway Don't Care", which reached number 1,[3][4] and Tyler Farr's top 5 hit "Redneck Crazy".

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