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If I wrote songs with someone and then parted ways and the songs are copyrighted, should I have to sign a release form If he asks? He hired a bunch of musicians to play on the songs and paid them a fee. Since I am the co-writer, is there any reason I would want to sign a 'release form' if he asks me to? Hope that makes sense


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Clifford Hritz
The Divys


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TRH Productions
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TRH Productions
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Tono_Castillo
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2GEARed uP Productions
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Michael Campbell
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Steven A Williams
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Syncrecy
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NEAL JAMES
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Robert Metzgar/Universal
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A Butterfly Production
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LaDream Records
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