January 21, 2021 | 0
How To Write A "Love at First Sight" Song: Successful Musicians Secrets Revealed
If you've been having a hard time beating writer's block...
And you need to write a captivating love song ...
Then this new podcast episode - "How To Write A "Love at First Sight" Song - is exactly what you're looking for!
It helps you to study the storytelling aspect of lyrics ...
And how you can use a song as an inspiration to write your own unique lyrics ...
AND it shows you exactly what you need to include in your lyrics to create an emotional reaction in your audience.
PS - Seriously, if you want results, this shows you exactly what you need to include in your lyrics to create an emotional reaction in your audience!
Here's what we cover:
[00:03:05] The S.O.N.G Framework
[00:04:29] Why you should learn how to tell stories in songs
[00:06:24] What is a love story
[00:09:01] Moment 1 - The lovers meet
[00:12:12] "Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident)" by John Michael Montgomery
[00:16:22] Step 1: Summary
[00:23:21] Step 2: Observer
[00:27:32] Step 3: Narration
[00:31:16] Analyzing the scene told in the song.
[00:39:04] The Change
[00:43:37] Writing Techniques
[00:46:00] Step 4: Gist
[00:48:17] Song Exercise - The Lovers Meet
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