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    If, in the end, you as a lyricist or composer decide to collaborate, which may generally be a good idea, then try to find someone in your local area so that you can meet personally. However, there is nothing wrong with having a collaborator hundreds or even thousands of miles away, as any partnership can give you that enthusiasm and inspiration that you may require. Lyricists should try to meet songwriter/composer/musicians as many songwriter/composer/musicians lack the ability to write lyrics. Obviously, this is a good basis for collaboration. Composers should try to meet songwriter/lyricists as many songwriter/lyricists lack the ability to write melodies and, again, here would be the good basis for collaboration.