March 18, 2021 | 0
A Wonderful Way To Show The Change Of Your Song's Character - while letting love take on the role of the villain!
Do you want to make your listeners relate to your song's character's troubles?
But you don't know how to pull it off?
Are you looking for a way to show the personal development of your song's main character ...
especially, when you want to show the hardship your character had to go through ...
in order to become who they are today.
This new podcast episode will help you ...
Because it shows you a wonderful way to show the change of your song's character while letting love take on the role of the villain!
And still, be writing a wonderful little love story.
Does that sound exciting?
If yes, then tune in to study the successful hit "I'm A Believer" by the Monkees with me!
Here's what we cover:
[00:01:18] What you’ll learn in this episode
[00:02:13] "I'm a Believer" by The Monkees
[00:04:50] Step 1: Summary - What is the song about?
[00:10:26] Step 2: Observer - Who is the main character of the song?
[00:15:08] Step 3: Narration - Analyzing the storytelling craft.
[00:17:21] Analyzing the scene told in the song.
[00:19:47] The Change
[00:20:56] Writing Techniques
[00:23:19] Step 4: Gist - What is the message of the song?
[00:24:37] How a first-person narration can hook your audience
[00:26:06] Song Exercise - The Lovers Meet
© Stories in Songs, Melanie Naumann
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