What are some good song writing tips?

Tuesday, May 13, 2014
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Question by Lani Lee :) : What are some good song writing tips?
I love writing songs… but sometimes I just get stuck like a broken record singing the same verses over and over and over…
Any suggestions?
Also, could you give some suggestions of good rhyming words?
If I do write a song I want it to sound like Demi Lovato’s sound.

Best answer:

Answer by bsl4eva
Just get away from it for a little while, don’t just sit there and try to force it. Also, if you’re looking for rhymes google them

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6 Responses to “What are some good song writing tips?”

  1. 1
    madiistrash Says:

    look into your life. that’s the root .
    there are millions if ideas there.

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    Cassie S Says:

    Well, the best way to keep a good writing streak it to take your own personal experiences and just put a few ryme words and there ya have it! Also, you could try just sitting and relaxing and something may come to you. But always keep a note pad with you so when you hav a good idea, you dont forget it!

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    liz b Says:

    Write songs about life. If you need variety in your verses try mapping out the song. Like decide what each verse will be about so they don’t all sound the same. Try thinking of the song as a story.

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    Pharaoh_Djoser Says:

    u write a song that has a deep meaning… Or u can write a song abt your past.

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    brittany p Says:

    write about how ya feel, love , everyday life, childhood or someone that u care about
    and even can find some inspiration

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    CMillyD Says:

    I write songs too. ;D An example of my lyrics can be found on my profile-that was the 1 question I’ve ever asked on Yahoo! Answers, so feel free to tell me what you think, even though it’s resolved!!

    ANYWAYS. Keep your mind open. Look around the place your at. Inspiration comes from everywhere. Maybe even from a conversation you were accidentally eavesdropping in might inspire your next verse! Listen to other lyrics, and note how it makes you feel, what its saying, and try to understand it. You’ll find yourself thinking more and more deeply into your song, and that’s good!
    Repitition is ok, as long as it varies in style.
    It doesn’t matter what others say. But just in case, its good to try and finish your song (or tell someone who is bound to encourage you, if it helps inspire you) before you run off and get your feelings hurt.
    I hope I helped! HAPPY 2009!!

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