May 05, 2020 | 0
Get inspired by the six most anticipated moments of every love story and use them to write powerful love songs.
In today’s episode, let’s talk about love songs.
It might bore you to write another love song because everything has been said already. But has it?
But I want you to know you don’t need to feel intimidated by the big evergreens like I’d Do Anything for Love, I don’t wanna miss a thing, or I want to know what love is.
It might surprise you that when we tell someone a love story, there’s much more to that story than two people confessing their love to each other and living happily ever after, or, as we all know it: when they go through a breakup.
So I invite you to join me in this episode to get inspired about the six most important moments every great love story needs. I’ll provide you with lots of examples on the way.
And I promise you, those moments will provide you with lots of inspiration and ideas that you can start writing new and innovative love songs today.
Here's what we cover:
[00:00:00] - Introduction to the episode
[00:01:43] - What’s a love story?
[00:04:10] - Moments of a love story
[00:09:10] - Moment 1: The lovers meet
[00:14:04] - Moment 2: First Kiss or Intimate Connection
[00:18:12] - Moment 3 - The Confession of Love
[00:22:16] - Moment 4 - The Breakup & 8 Stages of going through a breakup
[00:29:33] - Moment 5 - The Proof of Love
[00:32:54] - Moment 6 - Lover’s reunite
[00:36:08] - What's coming next?
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