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co·write

(kō-rīt′) or co-write
tr.v. co·wrote (-rōt′), co·writ·ten (-rĭt′n), co·writ·ing, co·writes or co-wrote or co-writ·ten or co-writ·ting or co-writes
To write jointly or in collaboration with another author.

co′writ·er n.

cowrite

(ˈkəʊˌraɪt)
vb (tr) , -writes, -writing, -wrote or -written
(Journalism & Publishing) to write (something) in collaboration with another writer
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King co-wrote and sang lead on There Goes My Baby, and he and the Drifters followed with such hits as Save the Last Dance for Me and This Magic Moment, mostly written by the team of Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman, and some of the most romantic and emotional ballads of the early rock era.
In 2010 he was nominated for a Grammy for Madonna's worldwide hit Celebration in which he co-wrote with Madonna and Oakenfold.
Paul McCartney, left, who co-wrote most of The Beatles songs with John Lennon, right
They also co-wrote the movie "The Bronze" for Sony Pictures Worldwide.
NEW YORK -- Dick Wagner, the skilled guitarist who worked with Alice Cooper, Lou Reed, Kiss and Aerosmith, and also co-wrote many of Cooper's hits, died of respiratory failure Wednesday, his personal manager and business partner said Friday.
Eleven chapters--all of which they either co-wrote together or co-wrote with other contributors--address the devastating environmental degradation in China, and what is being done.
The-Dream co-wrote some of Queen Bey's biggest tracks, and she and her husband, Jay-Z, both recorded tracks for The-Dream's fifth album, II/Play, out now.
Carole King wrote or co-wrote all of the songs on Tapestry, several of which had already been hits for other artists - such as Aretha Franklin''s (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (in 1967) and The Shirelles' ' Will You Love Me Tomorrow (in 1960).
I co-wrote all the songs but the singer and I fell out and I left.
Dizzee Rascal, 24, is nominated for best contemporary song for Bonkers and best album for Tongue N' Cheek which he co-wrote with Nicholas Denton.
Kirkburton man Paul Rogers, professor of peace studies at Bradford University, co-wrote the book.
If that's not enough, he co-wrote the hits Right Round by Kesha and Forget You by Cee Lo Green.