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    ‘As you write, ask yourself three important questions: l. have I heard this before? 2. if so, can I make it a little different? 3. if not, can I write something else? I recommend you ask yourself these three questions every day, several times a day, as you write. No point in finishing a whole song and meticulously producing it only to find you’ve borrowed it from someone else’s work. You have a fingerprint as a artist. Your songs should reflect that. Don’t xerox what other writers have already done. You’re too good for that. Submitted by Molly-Ann Leikin of Songwriting Consultants, Ltd.’