They wrote ‘em–and arranged ‘em!– in the good old days Posted on October 16, 2014 by Chip Gallent Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Linkedin Share This week we look back on great songs written by Barbershoppers for Barbershoppers. “Each Time I Fall in Love” by S.K. Grundy, has fueled many a late night tag session with it haunting “foolish over you” tiddly. (Get the learning track so you can lock in the tag!) Paul Olguin’s “I Was Born 70 Years Too Late” (also withlearning tracks) describes both the composer and his audience. This bouncing, Tin Pan Alley-flavored tune was made famous by international medalist Special Feature.