I hadn't actually even seen the thread on that forum until you mentioned it here today. Interesting that Tim (before the record was released) and Phil M (after the record was released) seem to have slightly different opinions on who did what in the songwriting process. I've never read any article where Tim has tried to take more credit than he deserves for any song, but I've seen him point out that for some Finn Brothers songs (such as "Tall Trees" and "Four Seasons In One Day") he was only a minor contributor. So if Tim said he wrote melodies and lyrics I believe him. Though it is very common in the music world that there are different opinions about who did what and how big their contribution was. When I worked in the music copyright industry, I set up legal disputes between songwriters (via their publishing companies, acting on behalf of their clients) several times each working day and there are quite a lot of songs where such disputes remain unresolved many years later (meaning all royalties for such songs are withheld until the dispute is resolved).