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New Article - Songwriters - Learn How The Position Of Your Lyrics Can Change What You're Saying


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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

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Anthony Ceseri

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I agree 100% with what you're saying. And, it's not only how you stress syllables as you sing them that can sound unnatural. I often hear lyrics being sung that sound rhythmically unnatural because the word or phrase doesn't have the correct number of syllables to be a natural fit with the music. And sometimes it's quite annoying because there are other alternative words or phrases with the right number of syllables to make a natural fit with the music that could have been used to convey the exact same thing.

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