Go Team! How To Write A Song With Co-writers

Getting help from a co-writer will help you on how to write a song and improve your songwriting. One in particular I’ve written with is Donna Aylor we seem to be like peas and carrots, we just clicked. Donna and I have written a lot of songs together. She’s a trooper and never gives up […]

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The Almighty Chorus That Rocks The Heart

When it comes to songwriting your chorus is your best friend. This is great tip on how to write a song and how the chorus fits in. That’s the part people sing in the shower if they like your song. “Chuckle” They might remember a few words to a verse, but if your chorus is […]

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Yes ! Now On To Verse Two On How To Write A Song

So you just came up with verse one and a chorus and now you need to extend your story and write verse two. You notice I did say a story because that’s what a song is, a three minute story. When starting the second verse you have to ask yourself what happened next after reading […]

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Your Wild Guitar: On How To Write A Song

You can go hog wild on playing your guitar trying to find new riffs and melodies, but once you discover something you need to find the proper meter that works with the song. Get your foot tapping. Feel the groove?, lucky you!. Most songs are in 4/4 time. I don’t claim to be a theory […]

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Taylor Swift on songwriting tips: On Songwriting

Taylor Swift is a very gifted songwriter and I read some helpful hints on her style of songwriting. She mentioned to write details in your songwriting even if its a little close vested a great song writing tip. I admire her cantor on her songs. Making listeners understand what your trying to convey is challenging. […]

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Rewriting Your Baby Til It’s Shines Like A Diamond

So you’ve just written your best song and that baby is done. “Wrong” as Steve Seskin penned in that great country song. All those heart felt emotions kicking out words you understand, but the listener might not. Now you have to fine tune it so other people can relate to it. That might mean taking […]

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Songwriting From Your Brain In Your Heart

When starting off in songwriting you’re going to write about yourself. This is natural. Once you progress you can look at other people’s lives with your country music lyrics. These are tips on how to write a song. Songwriting Writing about yourself all the time can get pretty emotional. How many times do you want […]

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Songwriting And Music: You’re A Prodigy – Believe It!

You don’t have to be Beethoven to write good music for a song.  Some of the greatest songs have only three or four chords total.  But, like learning basic songwriting you should also learn some basic music lessons. Find a good patient teacher or buy some basic books on the subject. This is a good idea on […]

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