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Morning Dew
also called " Morning Dew"

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  1. is a post-apocalyptic folk-rock song written by Canadian singer Bonnie Dobson in 1962, that has become a standard

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  2. Walk Me Out in the

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  3. According to Dobson in a 1993 interview, "Morning Dew" was inspired by the film On the Beach

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  4. Fred Neil heard Dobson's song and re-arranged it to suit his own style. Tim Rose heard Neil's version and then recorded his own in 1966, adding himself as co-writer

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  5. Through a loophole in US copyright law, Rose was able to claim royalties

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  6. Dobson has consistently questioned Rose's right to a co-writing credit

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