How To Write A Song 2: You and Me Could Be Together

myspace.com/stevenwesleyguiles www.songwritingapples.com Another song written in front of the camera for educational purposes. Also, this song was written as an exercise to warm up for FAWM.org’s February songwriting challenge. The “How To” part in no way implies I hold any universal key to songwriting…it’s just how I do it. It’s possible I’m showing you the WRONG way to write a song. You be the judge. 🙂 Enjoy. I’m Steve_Apple_Head on FAWM.ORG. Also check out my bands here: myspace.com/pushstartwagon myspace.com/frictionbailey

Author: teleguy2
Duration: 295
Published: 2008-01-27 08:22:31
How To Write A Song 2: You and Me Could Be Together

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