She has her own ipod touch..but different itunes accounts out devices, so she cant access the music on my account without losing what's on her ipod..or at least thats what's happened when she's tried to put some of my stuff on hers. Honestly don't know as i'm not that savy on this stuff. But thank you and my emails have been sent to Amazon customer care both last night and this morning as I spend a small fortune with them on kindle books, and I think it's the least they can do to offer a security measure on their app.
Thank you also Psi.x
How long ago was this music purchased music? iTunes Music purchased since early 2009 has been DRM free, and for some labels even longer.
You can copy the raw files from your iTunes Library into hers, and it will then syncronise along with her music.
Go into your Music Folder > iTunes Library > iTunes Media > Music.
You can then copy the folders containing the music you want to share on both libraries and then on her computer / account, import it into her itunes.
From the sounds of it, she plugged her iPod into YourComputer/User Account while your version of iTunes was running and tried to syncronise that, which is why hers would act up. But if you copy the content from one library to another you don't face that issue.