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    Play the chord progression and allow words to flow from your imagination. When you allow the words to write themselves, you ensure that all the words fit rhythmically and emotionally within the song. The opposite would be to write the words and cram them into the melody. This may be a more popular method with some folk singers that need to portray a message rather than write a ‘hit ‘song. Letting the words write themselves creates an ease and flow within the song that the listener can easily digest.

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