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Lucy Woodward

"Lucy Woodward" (b. October 27, 1977) is a singer/songwriter who had a hit in February 2003 with "Dumb Girls." In 2005 she won a BMI Pop Award for writing Stacie Orrico's single "More to Life".

Lucy was born in London, but was raised in Amsterdam and New York City. She has a very musical background: her British father is a composer and conductor and her New Yorker mother is a musicologist and an opera singer. Lucy attended a public high school in the Bronx. She started off singing in jazz cafes and singing for tips or dinner. "You sing with a piano player and a tip jar on top of the piano." She said in an interveiw on NZGirl.

"Album" -Billboard (North America)

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!align="left"|2003

!align="left"|Billboard Top 200

!align="left"|136

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!align="left"|2003

!align="left"|Top Heatseekers

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!align="left"|2003

!align="left"|Top Internet Albums

!align="left"|91

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!align="left"|2003

!align="left"|Top Canadian Albums

!align="left"|66

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*Worldwide Sales 1.6 Million

"Singles"...

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