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She became the most prolific interpreter of David and Bacharach songs, starting with "Don't Make Me Over," released in November 1962.

Other 1960s classics from the team include "Walk On By," "Message to Michael," "Alfie," "I Say a Little Prayer" and "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?

"David and Bacharach, who parted ways as regular collaborators in the 1970s, came together recently to write several new songs for Warwick's 50th anniversary album, Warwick's rep said. David started working with Bacharach in the late 1950s on tunes recorded by artists including Perry Como, Gene Pitney, Dusty Springfield, Tom Jones, Frank Sinatra, the Carpenters, Barbra Streisand and Warwick.

In May, President Barack Obama and the first lady hosted a concert honoring Bacharach and David as part of the "In Performance at the White House" series."As a lyric writer, Hal was simple, concise and poetic -- conveying volumes of meaning in fewest possible words and always in service to the music," said ASCAP President and Chairman Paul Williams.

Hal David's last songwriting project was a reunion with two people with whom he had some of his greatest success starting 50 years ago: Burt Bacharach and Dionne Warwick, according to Warwick's representative.

David, who wrote the lyrics to many of Warwick's biggest hits, died Saturday at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles from complications of a stroke, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers said Saturday.

As we reported this weekend, Dionne was one of the last people to speak to Whitney after having called her several hours before she died.The Queen of Soul blasted Warwick for spinning a “libelous” story about Franklin’s absence from the New Jersey funeral service and about Aretha being Houston’s godmother. During the funeral service, Warwick called out the absent Franklin by “introducing” her to the star-studded gathering.“Ree’s not here, but she is here,” Warwick said, referring to Franklin by a nickname. She is her godmother.” Franklin said she missed the funeral of the “I Will ­Always Love You” songstress in part due to swollen feet, but that night was able to keep her concert date at Radio City Music Hall. You couldn’t be serious.’ We’ve never been friends and I don’t think that Dionne has ever liked me.” In a statement, Warwick’s rep said she would not “dignify a response” to Aretha’s remarks.He was 91."I feel as if I have lost another family member, but knowing I will always have him with me each time I sing the lyrics written for me by him will continue to bring me a sense of him being with me always," Warwick said Sunday in a statement to CNN.Warwick was a 21-year-old songstress backing up the Drifters in a New York recording session in 1962 when David and Bacharach -- who began collaborating on pop tunes five years earlier -- fell in love with her voice.