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Lyric Writing Tips – Exercises to Improve Your Songwriting

September 1st, 2018 by

lyric writing tipsWriting songs is a creative act. Here are some valuable lyric writing tips you can use when writing songs. As with most creative activities it does require a certain level of skill. In order to write better songs there are certain thing you can do to improve your skill. To improve your skill can try some of these exercises.
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Smart Ways to Improve Song Titles

February 25th, 2014 by

Songwriting pen and paper Improve Song Titles

A song’s title is one of the most important elements. A title can make or break a song. Therefore take the time and effort to craft the best song title possible.  Here you will learn some tips that will help you improve song titles

If you begin with a great song title, it makes the job of writing lyrics easier. In most cases the song title is the hook. The hook is what grabs the listener. The title provides a clear focus for the lyrics. The song title allows you to write and build the story around that title.

There are ways to write better titles. They can always be better. Here are some practical ideas to help you improve song titles. (more…)

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