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    Mailing yourself a copy of the songs you have written is a good idea, but don’t rely on this as your primary means of protection. The point of doing this is to indisputably prove that you are the originator of the work in question. However, you need to be prepared to verify under oath that the envelope hasn’t been opened and that the seal on it is intact. Do not use staples or tape, as these can be manipulated. It’s best to seal the envelope as you normally would and then sign your name across the seal in such a way that if the seal is broken, the writing is disturbed.