May 28, 2022 · It might help to clap or snap and find a beat, and/or write about something you love that can never get old. Find the pace of your song, then find lyrics that fit. Listen to your song over and over so that you can add or delete words. Also, listen to other songs you enjoy, and write from that.
Mar 29, 2022 · Don’t pair obvious rhymes together. As you’re writing, avoid creating rhymes out of the first or second rhyming word you think of. Easy, simple rhymes have shown up in songs time and time again, so if you want your lyrics to be truly unique, you’ll need to brainstorm a few different options and go with the one that’s most original.
Mar 21, 2022 · Help I'm desperately looking for a song that I heard somewhere (Facebook probably), I think it's not popular because I didn't find it despite the 1 hour search on Google. It sounded like an old song, the singer's voice (male) were deep It goes like this First a man goes into a bar, I believe there was "bar" in the lyrics.
May 29, 2022 · As I drove toward the police station, a song came up on the oldies station. Stevie Wonder was singing about the sunshine of his life and the apple of his eye. I loved that song! But all I could think of was the darkness in my own life and the dead body in my trunk. Or: As I drove toward the police station, a song came up on the oldies station.
i’m looking for a song that i can’t remember much about my mom used to play it in the car when i was younger and unfortunately she’s passed away so i’m unable to ask her it talks about either cotton candy skies or cotton candy cloud and maybe about waterfalls or butterflies or maybe even both the female artist has a gorgeous voice more »
THE ORIGINAL MISFITS SOLD OUT SHOW AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN!. Those who were there to bear witness in NYC on Sat. Oct. 19, 2019 had the once in a lifetime opportunity to see the Original Misfits change the face of music history—again, when they took the crown as the only first wave punk band to ever headline the world's most famous arena, Madison Square Garden... and in a SOLD OUT ...
"Edge of Seventeen" is a song by the American singer and songwriter Stevie Nicks from her debut solo studio album Bella Donna (1981), released as the third single from the album on February 4, 1982. The lyrics were written by Nicks to express the grief resulting from the death of her uncle Jonathan and the murder of John Lennon during the same ...