Getting Started with How To Write A Song

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Author: easysongwritingtips

Duration: 87

Published: 2011-07-13 22:00:56

Getting Started with How To Write A Song

2 Responses to Getting Started with How To Write A Song

  1. mackenzie james says:

    i want to write my first song ever and i haven’t ever written before so i need help on how to write a song

    • songwriter says:

      This is awesome that you want to write your first song. I am sure it won’t be your last. I think the first thing you should do is get great song title. Everything builds from that. A great song title will help you develop your song concept and ideas. Hoping the best for you.

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