Q4 Songwriting tips for lyricists, poets and songwriters

songsculptor.com Question 4 I have a way with words but I’m not a very good musician, should I try to write my own music or ask a professional musician to collaborate? An accomplished musical composer could probably think of musical ideas that you would never think of. Sometimes two heads are better than one in creating a dynamite song. It may even turn out that your collaborator will have a few ideas for lyric changes that could be beneficial to the song. Always remember to be open minded. There’s no place for huge egos in the art of songwriting. Remember that it’s the song that is the most important thing. songsculptor.com Richard Melvin Brown (Songsculptor) provides a helping hand to lyricists (with little or no musical ability) in realizing their dreams of becoming a Professional Songwriter. Can you write a GREAT lyric but can’t carry a tune in a bucket? If so visit us on the web at http

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Published: 2011-02-09 23:17:04
Q4 Songwriting tips for lyricists, poets and songwriters

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    There are as many opportunities to become a published, and/or professional, songwriter as there are songs, business people in the industry, and days that go by; such will continue to be the rules of the game until some kind of a standard is formulated. The best and most common rules of thumb most professional songwriters have learned to live by are ‘just keep writing ‘and ‘write because you love it. Of course, that is much easier said than done in times when creativity is hindered by such things as writers block, lack of stimulation, or time constraints/schedule. Make time for your passion.

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