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  1. Aaron Cometbus

    Aaron Cometbus

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    American drummer, lyricist, and author

  2. Abram Bowman Kolb

    Abram Bowman Kolb

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    American, Educator

  3. Addison Burkhardt

    Addison Burkhardt

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    Addison Burkhardt (August 12, 1879 – January 25, 1937) was a librettist and lyricist from about 1903 to 1922 and a Hollywood script and scenario writer thereafter.


  4. Al Dubin

    Al Dubin

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    American lyricist

  5. Al Neiburg

    Al Neiburg

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    Allen J. Neiburg (November 22, 1902—July 12, 1978) was an American lyricist.


  6. Al Rinker

    Al Rinker

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    American musician

  7. Al Stillman

    Al Stillman

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    American lyricist

  8. Albert Gamse

    Albert Gamse

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    Albert Gamse (1901 - 1974) was an American lyricist.


  9. Alice Riley

    Alice Riley

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    Alice Cushing Donaldson Riley (1867–1955) was an American an author of children's poetry, stories, books, songs, and several one-act plays. Her best known work was "Slumber Boat", a children’s lullaby co-written with her dear friend Dorothy "Jessie" L. Gaynor. She is responsible for establishing clubs, including The Riley Circle, which led to the Drama Club of Evanston, inspired the Drama League of America, was a charter club member of the Garden Club of Evanston, and initiated the Evanston Arts Center.


  10. Amanda Green

    Amanda Green

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    American actor and musician

  11. Amy Powers

    Amy Powers

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    Amy Powers is a lyricist, songwriter and producer who has been credited with writing songs for film, television, and theater.


  12. Andy Biersack

    Andy Biersack

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    Actor, singer-lyricist

  13. Arthur Freed

    Arthur Freed

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    American film producer

  14. Ballard MacDonald

    Ballard MacDonald

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    American lyricist

  15. Ben Raleigh

    Ben Raleigh

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    Ben Raleigh (June 16, 1913, New York – February 26, 1997, Hollywood) is lyricist responsible for a number of major hits, including "Dungaree Doll", "Wonderful, Wonderful", "Hold on Girl", "She's a Fool”, "Laughing on the Outside (Crying on the Inside)", “Love is a Hurtin' Thing”, “Tell Laura I Love Her” and "That's How Heartaches Are Made". His songs were recorded by artists such as Eddie Fisher, Nat King Cole, Johnny Mathis, Aretha Franklin, Bobby Darin, The Monkees, Dinah Shore, and Lou Rawls. "Tell Laura I Love Her" reached #1 in the UK in 1960. "Laughing on the Outside (Crying on the Inside)" peaked at #3 in the United States in 1946.


  16. Bernie Taupin

    Bernie Taupin

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    British songwriter

  17. Betty Paraskevas

    Betty Paraskevas

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    Writer and lyricist

  18. Billy Lang

    Billy Lang

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    American lyricist

  19. Bliss Blood

    Bliss Blood

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    Bliss Blood is a musician and songwriter born in Omaha, Nebraska. She lived and worked in Houston, Texas before moving to New York City in 1996. She has written and recorded two albums with virtuoso guitarist Al Street, five albums with New York jazz band The Moonlighters from 2000–2009, and six albums from 1988–1995 with Houston noise rock band Pain Teens. She has also appeared on recordings with The Melvins and many other groups.


  20. Bob Hilliard

    Bob Hilliard

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    American lyricist

  21. Bob Merrill

    Bob Merrill

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    American songwriter, theatrical composer, lyricist, and screenwriter

  22. Bozena Intrator

    Bozena Intrator

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    Polish writer

  23. Buddy Bernier

    Buddy Bernier

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    Henry 'Buddy' Bernier (Watertown, New York, 21 April 1910 - June 18, 1983) was an American lyricist, mainly active during the 1940s and 50s. Bernier is perhaps best remembered for "Poinciana", written with composer Nat Simon, first introduced in the 1952 film Dreamboat. He was also the lyricist on "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes" (not to be confused with the Bobby Vee song of the same name) co-written with Jerry Brainin and covered by John Coltrane and Harry Belafonte amongst others.


  24. Buddy Feyne

    Buddy Feyne

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    American composer and lyricist of the swing era

  25. Carl Sigman

    Carl Sigman

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    American songwriter

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