Help with lyrical composition

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Help with lyrical composition

Postby ChickenSteve » 06 Mar 2016 22:07

Weeee first post on this forum xP

Anyways, to provide some background, I've been trying to learn how to produce music for around 4 years, now. There's still a lot left for me to learn (Vocal mixing being a big one for me), but the biggest thing that always frustrates me is lyric writing. I love writing song lyrics and producing music to fit, but I always feel like my lyrics are a bit empty. Meaning gets lost behind forced rhymes and cheesy verses, and choruses never come out to be nearly as catchy as I would like them to be.

For reference,

Here's my Channel: ... rRwyba3j-w

And my most recent song:

Again, there are many things I could improve, but right now, I'm hoping to get some advice on what my lyrics are lacking and what I could do to fix them.

Thanks in advance~
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Re: Help with lyrical composition

Postby Mordecai Mapper » 07 Mar 2016 04:50

I think that you make good lyrics, if you want some advice or some lyrics you cand talk with me, I make a lot of lyrics in this site --->

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Re: Help with lyrical composition

Postby Jason Martin » 07 Mar 2016 11:11

I have been writing lyrics long before I started trying out the production and composition thing. I haven't published a whole lot, but you can definitely go to me for help.
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