from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who writes lyrics or tunes, or both, for songs. Also called songsmith, songster.
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- n. Someone who writes the lyrics and usually the music of songs.
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- n. a composer of words or music for popular songs
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This New York-born singer-songwriter is best known for his song, American Pie, which is partially based upon the death of the passengers of Petersonâs flight.
This American singer, pianist, and songwriter is the son of a German-Jewish Holocaust survivor but raised as a Roman Catholic in Hicksville, a middle-class suburb on Long Island, N.Y.,
Wendy Melvoin, the guitarist and singer-songwriter, is best known for her work in the 80s with Prince's band, the Revolution, and for being one half of Wendy & Lisa, a collaboration with her former girlfriend, Lisa Coleman.
The alt-country singer/songwriter is notorious for his prodigious output as well as his colossal inconsistency but this tune is an absolute winner.
In a town full of singer-songwriters, to stand out as a singer-songwriter is a pretty huge accomplishment.
Greatest Hits The only time anything has been moved in songwriter Diane Warren 's "Cave" was during the big 1994 earthquake.
Though Pond says he "sometimes thinks of retirement things," the songwriter is still quite young, and remains busy.
Barry Manilow-a popular singer/songwriter from the 70s and 80s; considered uncool by most teenagers.
The singer/pianist/songwriter is Polish born and raised, now living in Canada.
Here's the deets: the band's main songwriter Dave Hamelin, leaves the drum kit to share duties of vox & guitar with Tim Fletcher.
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