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5 Steps On How To Write A Song

posted in Entertainment
09/13/2014
  • Step 1: decide whether you're writing the lyrics first then finding an instrumental to match after or you write to a pre-made instrument and/or beat.
    Step 1: decide whether you're writing the lyrics first then finding an instrumental to match after or you write to a pre-made instrument and/or beat.
  • Step 2: come up with a subject for your lyrics
 Most common examples include:
~Personal experiences
~Thoughts and feelings
~a person
~ your first love
~ bad break up
It doesn't have to be about the things listed it could practically be anything you want it to be about
    Step 2: come up with a subject for your lyrics
    Most common examples include:
    ~Personal experiences
    ~Thoughts and feelings
    ~a person
    ~ your first love
    ~ bad break up
    It doesn't have to be about the things listed it could practically be anything you want it to be about
  • Step 3: write down the different things they do or look like.
Ex. Long-boarding, clubbing, shaggy hair, plaid shirts, graphic tees, surfing, brown eyes, holding hands, going to the movies, etc. 
and create the verses of the song with the info you put down.
    Step 3: write down the different things they do or look like.
    Ex. Long-boarding, clubbing, shaggy hair, plaid shirts, graphic tees, surfing, brown eyes, holding hands, going to the movies, etc.
    and create the verses of the song with the info you put down.
  • Step 4: create the chorus!!
The chorus need a hook to make it catchy and it doesn't necessarily need to rhyme the entire time ex song: Pompeii 
But if you close your eyes
Does it almost feel like nothing changed at all
And if you close your eyes 
Does it almost feel like you've been here before
    Step 4: create the chorus!!
    The chorus need a hook to make it catchy and it doesn't necessarily need to rhyme the entire time ex song: Pompeii
    But if you close your eyes
    Does it almost feel like nothing changed at all
    And if you close your eyes
    Does it almost feel like you've been here before
  • Step 5: The Bridge
a strong bridge is a great way to build energy to make the final chorus a lasting one. A bridge is a departure in a song, a way to introduce new melodic and lyrical content before reeling the listener back into the main chorus of the song.
    Step 5: The Bridge
    a strong bridge is a great way to build energy to make the final chorus a lasting one. A bridge is a departure in a song, a way to introduce new melodic and lyrical content before reeling the listener back into the main chorus of the song.
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  • Sources:
    www.musicindustryhowto.com/how-to-write-a-song-for...

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