This was originally written by two school teachers, Wanda Mallette and Patti Ryan, about a classroom of second grade children. They sent the song to composer Bob Morrison who did a “high level editing job” on the track and started trying to find someone to record it. The song was rejected at least 23 times before record executive Irving Azoff had the nightclub singer at Gilliey’s club in Pasadena, Texas, Johnny Lee put it on the record.
Recorded in June 1980 by Johnny Lee and produced by John B
“One in a Million”, a song written by Chick Rains, was first recorded by the Country-rock and pop duo, Rains And Harris, was recorded for the RCA label in 1977, and released in April 1978, and included on the duo’s debut album, Rains And Harris (RCA 1977).
Johnny recorded his version for the Asylum label, in the spring of 1980, in Sunset Sound Reco
The song was included on the album the first full-length studio album, and second album overall, L.A to Miami (RCA 1985), the album was released on
"You Could've Heard a Heart Break" is a song written by Marc Rossi, and recorded by American country music artist Johnny Lee. It was released in August 1984 as the lead single from the album Workin' for a Livin. "You Could've Heard a Heart Break" was Johnny Lee's fifth and final number one on the country chart. The single spent one week at number one and spent a total of fourteen weeks on the country chart.
"Pickin' Up Strangers" is a song written by Byron Hill, and recorded by American country music artist Johnny Lee. It was released in January 1981 and recorded the soundtrack of the feature film Coast to Coast, and was also the third single from Lee's album Lookin' for Love.The song won an ASCAP Award for being among the most performed country songs of 1981