March 04, 2021 | 0
Learn how to narrate a "Love At First Sight" moment in your lyrics while still keeping your listeners engaged.
Do you want to learn how to narrate a "Love At First Sight" moment in your lyrics?
But you struggle with not knowing how to keep your listeners engaged in your narration, especially if you want to include your audience in your first-person narration.
And maybe you’ve already been searching for song examples that show you how to pull it off?
Well, look no further.
This episode is what you were looking for.
Because it gives you an example of how The Beatles pulled it off!
AND we use one of their famous songs "I Saw Her Standing There" ...
To find out how to use a love story moment and wrap it into a narration ...
... that addresses your listeners while still engaging them in what you have to say.
Here's what we cover:
[00:01:26] What you’ll learn in this episode
[00:02:57] "I Saw Her Standing There" by The Beatles
[00:05:01] Step 1: Summary - What is the song about?
[00:12:13] Step 2: Observer - Who is the main character of the song?
[00:15:45] Step 3: Narration - Analyzing the storytelling craft.
[00:18:29] Analyzing the scene told in the song.
[00:24:12] The Change
[00:26:30] Writing Techniques
[00:28:19] Step 4: Gist - What is the message of the song?
[00:30:30] Song Exercise - The Lovers Meet
© Stories in Songs, Melanie Naumann
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