Ayn Robbins

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Ayn Robbins is a lyricist, poet, and painter. She is best known for co-writing with Carol Connors the lyrics for two Academy Award and Grammy nominated songs, "Gonna Fly Now" from Rocky (1976; music by Bill Conti)[1] and "Someone's Waiting for You" from The Rescuers (1977; music by Sammy Fain).

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  1. ^ Studwell, William Emmett (11 August 1994). The popular song reader: a sampler of well-known twentieth century-songs. Routledge. p. 212. ISBN 978-1-56024-369-4. Retrieved 13 June 2010.