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Learn How to Write Song encourages comments. Your input is important to the songwriting community.  By providing your opinion or special knowledge you help others in their creative efforts.  When you make a comment on this site you agree to the following rules

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    The first line or two should hook the listener into wanting to hear what comes next. People will be able to hum the melody after hearing it a few times. The lyric is conversational. No forced rhymes, no convoluted phrases or sentences. Today, you do not need to have perfect (care, bear) type rhymes. Meaning is more important.

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