This is the only way I can think to get a message through. I have gone crazy for over 20 years from the day I was driving down the road and had to pull over to keep from creating an accident because I heard the song I will Always Love You sung by Whitney Houston. The reason why it was such a shock was because an entire passage of the song was verbatim identical to a song I had written for a friend who had helped me through a rough patch. I wrote it as a thank you for being there and put it on a cassette with the words on paper so he would have it. I have not seen him in all that time as he had moved away, but he had kept telling me that I should go out and try to make a go at being a songwriter for a living because I was better than a lot of people who were out there making their living at it. I had heard he moved to Nashville and I keep thinking that cassette got into the wrong hands and someone passed it on.I don't listen to the radio. Generally just christian radio and that is usually for sermons. I have researched it out and the timeline is perfect and there is nothing that can indicate to me that it is wrong. Full lines of the song like "I hope that life treats you kind". Or other lines like "I wish you joy and happiness but above all things I wish you love." Not a word, or a few words, but one line and then half a step later three lines in a row verbatim. How does that happen??? I'm just trying to go back to school after an injury stopped my nursing career and put me on disability and I can't get through to someone who is making millions on material that is either the biggest coincidence in the world or they somehow overheard that cassette as it wandered through Nashville. With Whitney's death and every time I turn the TV on I hear the song. I can't get away from it. From knowing my song made it that big and I was just going blithely through my life like nothing was happening. I would never have heard it before Whitney. I can't stand country music. I told my husband it makes my toes curl up in a cramp the way it twangs.