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To get into the beauty of song writing, you must first understand what it

takes to write a  song, and understand the core  foundations for which a song

is built. Song writing may appear as simple as writing a poem, or say telling

a story (and it can be once you learn the core principles) but truth is song

writing is very complex, and has many core components  that you must first

learn, and understand.

 

In the first steps of song writing, the writer or composer must first capture the

mood or feel (topic) for which the song is going ot be base upon, secondly;

you have to learn he music song structure for which the lyrics will be built

into the song. All songs are made upof Verses, and Chorus's. A good

majority of songs will have a "Bridge" verse that leads up to the chorus,

some won't. 90% of most songs will also have what is known as a

"pre-chorus" or a "break"which is a lyrical/melodical change in the songs

normal melody or flow.

 

Once you establish the mood, or feel for a song, you can then begin to

compile the lyrics to the melody. Some artists choose to write their feelings

in words by brainstorming, then adding the music to their words; Some choose

to play how they are feeling in melody first, and adding the lyrics after they complete a

melody; It really is up to the artists and which style they  feel most comfortable writing in.

                     

 

                                                               It really doesn't matter which format, or style you choose as long as you follow a                                                                   certain list of formatable guidelines. Such guidelines include making sure the                                                                        lyrics and their syllables fit into the timing/measures or rythm of a song. You                                                                       also have to make sure that your songs verses flow fluently along with the rythm,                                                                   and sit well when sang or spoken with the melody. You also have to be aware of

                                                               the "S'es" and "P,K,D" letters as well when tying a verse together, because

                                                               sometimes certain words will clash and be difficult to dictate for the singer, and

 

hard to be understood by the listener if certain sounds don't blend ogether correctly.

 

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