Kim Williams – advice for songwriters

A few words of wisdom from hit songwriter, Kim Williams. Kim is the songwriter behind “Three Wooden Crosses” 2002 Song of the Year, “Ain’t Going Down Till The Sun Comes Up” and “Papa Loved Mama” for Garth Brooks and 16 #1 songs. Here, Kim gives his advice to new songwriters.

Author: HillbillyCulture
Duration: 82
Published: 2012-04-26 22:21:32
Kim Williams – advice for songwriters

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    Though it’s always a good idea to condense, the AAA form gives you the most room to stretch lyrically. The caveat here is that it’s not really a good form from a commercial standpoint, due the predictability of the form. Any up-tempo three or four-section form can give you plenty of lyric space with strong musical interest, particularly if you use pre-choruses for new lyric information each time.

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