How To Write Lyrics – Practice And Analyze

www.surrealband.com This is the start of a short video series about writing lyrics. For a lot of people, it’s hard to just jump in and start doing this naturally. Yet it’s such an important facet of songwriting! In this installment, you’ll learn the most important tip I have for always getting better and more consistent with it. You’ll also learn how to start developing your own style. Warning YOU are going to have to do most of the work. There’s only so much I can tell you! If you have any extra tips or thoughts, please post a comment and share.

Author: SurrealMusic88
Duration: 129
Published: 2011-12-21 18:46:24
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    Here’s a tip for those of you writing melody without existing lyrics. Contrasting phrasing from section to section helps keep musical interest up. When the time comes to put the lyrics to the music that you wrote, continue the contrast. Maybe the verse is rapid fire, and the chorus spreads out with fewer words to let the singer wail away gloriously.

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