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    Here’s a checklist for you to use as you begin the re-work of your songs. #1) do you have a memorable title? Your title should be identifiable, memorable, substantial for music, puts singer in favorable light, and makes you want to hear it again. #2) Does your song have a strong start? You need to pull your listener into song, established who, what, when, and where, immediately. #3) Your song should progress in a logical, meaningful sequence. It should lead the listeners to a conclusion, stated or implied. #4) The music should be appropriate for, support and enhances the lyric content.