Wives do it all the time.

United States Copyright Filing #PA0000894780

Basic Data

Full Title Wives do it all the time.
Type of Work Music
Copyright Number PA0000894780
Filing Date May 04, 1998
Date of Creation 1996
Date of Publication 1998-03-24
Basis of Claim New Matter: new lyrics.
Live/Dead Live

People and Companies

Copyright Claimant Brian's Dream Publishing, Skronk Bonk Tunes, Willdawn Music, QMP Music, Teapot Music, Cledus Crap Anthems, La-Po Music
Authorship on Application words & music: Kim Chadwick Tribble, Robert Bruce Whiteside; words: James M. Beavers, Cledus T. Judd.
Associated Names Tribble, Kim Chadwick
Whiteside, Robert Bruce
Beavers, James M.
Judd, Cledus T.
Brian's Dream Publishing
Skronk Bonk Tunes
Willdawn Music
QMP Music
Teapot Music
Cledus Crap Anthems
La-Po Music

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