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John Craig    19

Hello All.

Ageing but with pretty eclectic taste in music.

Metallica  to Motown, Charlie Kunz to Charlie Pride.

Live in Scotland; wildlife lover; Angler.

Just taken up lyric writing and looking for advice.

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Hi, John Craig

 

Welcome to Song Stuff.  There's tons to explore here!  I'm still exploring myself.  

 

I hope you find that it meets your needs.  

 

I think some some of the best advice I ever got regarding writing lyrics is to just DO IT!  It's very simple advice, but good advice nonetheless.  

 

I've come across some great articles about different lyric structures on this site that might be helpful.  I'd love to link them here, but I'd need to search them again to find them.  There have been some recent changes to the site.  It's possible they are somewhere else than where they were before.  Try looking under the Critique section und the sub category, "lyrics".  In the meantime, I'll see if I can find it.

 

Enjoy the process!

 

 

I foud it.  Here it is (in the library forum).

http://www.songstuff.com/song-writing/article/

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Mblack    13

Welcome.  I'm new here also and still exploring to figure out how everything works.  Best of luck to you.

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Peggy    400

Hi John,

Welcome! Great place to be for working on your lyrics. It's a challenging give and take and pretty fun experiencing others concepts and sharing yours :)  i've learned so much.

 

 

So.....  Just do it :) haha

Peggy

 

 

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