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Instead, it was filled with quieter, stripped-down melodies that allowed Swift’s talents as a lyricist to shine.
TAYLOR SWIFT, POP CULTURE WORKHORSECONSTANCE GRADYDECEMBER 11, 2020VOX
“I Am Easy to Find” was the first National record to decenter Berninger, also the band’s primary lyricist, by featuring several female singers including Kate Stables, Mina Tindle, Sharon Van Etten and Gail Ann Dorsey, David Bowie’s longtime bassist.
Pindar, the greatest lyricist of the Greeks, wrote about athletic contests; athletes were his heroes.
Subjective this poet may be—is it not a virtue in the lyricist?
To pass down in history as an exceptional beauty is to inspire art ideals and to furnish a theme for the lyricist.
WOMEN OF ENGLAND, VOLUME 9 (OF 10)BURLEIGH JAMES BARTLETT

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