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This was my fifth visit to Thailand and Simon's first; I wanted him to experience with me the lush green of the land, the smells, the sunshine, the ocean, the food exploding with taste in your mouth, the culture, and most important, the people.

The Thais are the kindest people I ever met, and it comes from inside - it's not learned, it's natural.

That is, I made all the arrangements through a travel agent in Los Angeles.

She was Thai and took particular interest in helping me create the perfect vacation.

They put their hands together and bow their heads to greet you, taking the moment to show respect in such a gentle way.

The gracefulness and peacefulness are addictive, and this land is in my heart.

He has helped craft many of her prior hits, as well as acclaimed recordings for Vince Gill, Neil Diamond, Ronnie Milsap, Juice Newton, Eddie Rabbitt, Poco, Kenny Rogers, Dionne Warwick, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and dozens more. “It sounds like a cliche, but he really is a musical genius. I sang ‘Ode to Billie Jo’ in my live shows for a long time.” “Slow” is co-written by Ashlee Hewitt, who is Lorrie Morgan’s daughter-in-law and former backup singer.

And he believes in what he produces so passionately that it scares people. Hewitt now performs in the up-and-coming Nashville trio Post Monroe.

“How Does It Feel” is even closer to home, since Morgan co-wrote it herself. It usually bothers me to co-write, and I don’t like appointment writing, at all.

“I have always written songs, and I do love to write,” she comments. Plus, I’m not one of those people who says, ‘If I didn’t write it, I’m not going to record it.’ If somebody else’s song is better, I’m going to record it and not mine.” Lorrie Morgan has been around great songs all her life.

She brings enormous tenderness to Vern Gosdin’s “Is It Raining at Your House.” On Bob Dylan’s “Lay, Lady Lay,” Morgan is pert and jaunty, riding a reggae groove.

She resonates sadness in her version of Larry Gatlin’s “I’ve Done Enough Dying Today,” but rises resiliently in her reworking of Earl Thomas Conley’s “What I’d Say.” Each of the new songs she has chosen for is a small revelation.

“Jesus and Hairspray is “one for the girls,” a humorous, upbeat and highly entertaining ditty incorporating the old aphorism, “the higher the hair, the closer to heaven.” Morgan co-wrote “How Does It Feel” in response to her divorce from singer Sammy Kershaw several years ago.

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