Random Song Title Generator

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7 Responses to Random Song Title Generator

  1. Makyah says:

    Ok so me and my friends made up a band called girl gang so we were trying to make up a song but we can’t fingert it out ?

    • songwriter says:

      There are many tools on this site that will provide prompts to get you started. There are many article on the song writing process read them and learn. Don’t worry if the first few songs aren’t great songwriting is a skill that gets better the more you do it. Make a goal to write 50 or 100 songs. Out of that you will get maybe 5 to 10 great songs.

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  6. Normally I don’t read post on blogs, but I wish to say that this write-up very forced me to try and do it! Your writing taste has been amazed me. Thank you, quite nice post.

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    Originality is key to getting your sound known. In many cases, an original sound may be more important than technical talent. It sticks in the audiences’ head so they can later more readily recall you. Think about all the copycat bands you hear on the radio. Do you really remember their names? There are songs today getting major airplay that we have heard often but thought the band was another band that happened to sound the same. Influences should be a source of inspiration rather than a mold.

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