What’s the difference between the songwriter and the lyricist?

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Maybe I’m naive but I thought they were the same thing.

Or is the songwriter the composer of the song and the lyricist just comes up with the lyrics?

That, I’d understand.

Help me understand!

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Alice

That’s it. The lyricist writes the words. The songwriter writes the entire song. The composer writes the music.

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