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  1. kathleen stevens

    Hi Everyone, I write Lyrics for different genre songs. I started with a Blues, called, A Thousand Mountains, and progressed to Rapping-type lyrics, with songs like, Sorted. I have now completed four of these latter lyrics, and this is ongoing. I would love to collaborate with a Musician who can put the vocals and tune to my lyrics.
  2. If you are a song writer, interested in studying and developing your craft, take some time to browse around our ever growing collection of song writing and lyrics writing articles. http://www.songstuff.com/song-writing/article/ If you find this page useful, please like and share the page, comment, tweet or re-tweet your support. Our articles cover a broad range of topics related to writing songs, from title selection, through song hooks and song structure, to the process used to write songs. When it comes to Songstuff helping songwriters, these articles are just the tip of the iceberg. A large range of tools, help and other benefits are available through our community. Don't wait, drop by, sign up, sign in and take part.
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  4. Lyrics - Keeping The Pace Inspired by some of the songwriting community post by new lyrics writers on our lyrics critique board, Jon Hanover takes a look at lyrical pace and how it relates to a better presentation of lyrics. Click on the link below to read the full article: Lyrics - Keeping The Pace Author Jon Hanover Comments Please leave Jon some comments and feedback on this article, and / or suggestions for new articles, or simply showing Jon some love for contributing this article to the Songstuff Music Community by replying to this topic or on our facebook page.
  5. Using Rhyme To Enhance Your Lyrics Using rhyme effectively within your songs is something that you, as the songwriter, are likely to aiming for. In this article Songstuff author Anthony Ceseri explores the use of rhyme within a song. Using A song by Evanescence, Immortal, as an example Athony goes on to break down the basics of rhyme schemes and when you can break the rules Click on the link below to read the article right now... Using Rhyme To Enhance Your Lyrics Author Anthony Ceseri Comments Please leave Anthony some comments and feedback on this article, and / or suggestions for new articles, or simply showing Anthony some love for contributing this article to the Songstuff Music Community by replying to this topic.
  6. When writing lyrics why is visualization important? The use of effective imagery can be the difference between listeners connecting to your lyrics or not. This article by Jon Hanover is for lyricists who are looking to improve the use of imagery within their lyrics. Click to follow the link to "Visualization" just now. If you would like to leave a comment or some feedback for Jon, or you would like to discuss visualization in lyrics based on this article, please reply to this topic. If you want to know more about the author, Songstuff staff member Jon Hanover, please follow the links to his profiles below. Jon Hanover's Site Crew Profile Jon Hanover's Board Profile
  7. Learn how the position of your lyrics can alter the meaning of what you are saying. Anthony examines how to position lyrical phrases within your music so that the message you are trying to get through to your audience is the message they get. Songwriters - Learn How the Position of Your Lyrics Can Change What You're Saying Author Anthony Ceseri Comments Please leave Anthony some comments and feedback on this article, and / or suggestions for new articles, or simply showing Anthony some love for contributing this article to the Songstuff Music Community by replying to the topic below!
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