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song·smith

 (sông′smĭth′, sŏng′-)

songsmith

(ˈsɒŋˌsmɪθ)
n
(Music, other) a person who writes songs

song•writ•er

(ˈsɔŋˌraɪ tər, ˈsɒŋ-)

n.
a person who writes the music and often the words for songs.
[1815–25]
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MUSIC Will Varley Esteemed songsmith Will is readying his fifth album, Spirit of Minnie, working with producer Cameron McVey (Massive Attack/ Portishead).
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Hubcap Music Seastick Steve "These are just a few things you'll find on a farm," sings septuagenarian songsmith Seasick Steve on the opening track of his sixth album, before listing items including rakes, tractors and shovels.
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Luckily for him there's no one better at throwing a hissy fit than the stroppy, sentimental songsmith.