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Consider this: A song writer finally finishes a song and wants to legally protect his or her rights and make sure the writer can prove ownership of the song.
This writer does not have an attorney, a manger, a publisher, a recording contract; he or she is simply the writer of the words and music in the song.
The writer(s) of a song can take it upon themselves to make positively sure the proper legal steps have been taken to insure the song’s lyrics and the music are officially recorded and documented in the writer’s name and copyrighted and registered with the Library Of Congress.
“Should I hire an attorney for legal advice and make sure my music’s legal affairs are in order”..?.. Yes indeed.
Nevertheless, to be sure, a song writer’s legal rights to a song can be safely secured independently by the writer(s).”