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10 Best Songs for Writers and About Writing: The Ultimate Writing Experience

November 7th, 2019 by
10 Best Songs for Writers

Resistance is the number one enemy for most writers. Every writer knows that the hardest part about writing is not in writing itself but the ability to sit down and start. Some writers plan their work extremely well but they are big failures when it comes to execution.

Sitting down to write is not easy. And even if you manage to sit down, starting your task or project is daunting. Writers who don’t fight resistant never achieve anything worthwhile.

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    When you’re having difficulty in making your lyrics ‘fit’ with the melodies that you are writing, try putting in a nonsense syllable such as ‘Ooh ‘or ‘Na-na. This device has been used with tremendous effect over the years, with some writers opting to use the nonsense syllable as the entire hook. Take the song ‘go ahead and kiss her ‘with the lyric of the chorus being played, chanted and sung every time a professional athlete is ejected from a gameÉ’na-na-na-na naÉna-na-na-naÉhey heyÉgoodbye.