5 Things I’ve learned as a Songwriter.

Introduction:

There are a few things I’ve learned along the way that I would like to share with you. No matter how talented you are as a songwriter, your lyrics can always be improved by keeping them simple. This isn’t to say that you can’t write complex and intricate lyrics—but often, the simplest approach is the most effective. These are five of the most important lessons I’ve learned in my career so far. Whether you are just starting out as a songwriter or have been writing songs for years, I hope you find these tips useful.

1. Write movies songs because you want and need

If you’re a professional musician, chances are you’ve been asked to write a song for someone. It might be because they need a song for their album, or they want to have a special song for their wedding. But sometimes it’s hard to know what to write about when someone asks you for a song. You don’t want to limit yourself by writing something that is too specific, but at the same time, you don’t want to write something generic either.

Songwriting is an essential part of my life, and it’s something that I can’t imagine not doing. It’s a way for me to express myself, process my thoughts and feelings, and explore different aspects of my personality. And even if no one ever hears my songs but for me. They’re still valuable to me as a form of self-expression. So if you’re a songwriter, don’t let anyone tell you that you’re wasting your time or that your music isn’t good enough.

2. Your lyrics can be much simpler than you think

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Many professional songs writers underestimate the impact of lyrics on their songs. In some cases, they can be much simpler than you think. Here are a few tips to help make your lyrics more effective.

1. Keep them short and concise.

2. Use common phrases that people will recognize.

3. Avoid using complex or difficult words.

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3 – Save the editing for later:

Early on, because I was trying so hard to remember all the “rules” about songwriting, I would agonize on a small section or single line of a song sometimes for hours. While occasionally I’d find the line I was looking for, more often than not I’d exhaust myself and my co-writer in the bargain so that we’d have to come back to the song another day to finish it.

What I’ve learned since that time is the genuine value of songwriting momentum. Another way to put this is that it’s better to put in a “good enough” line knowing that you’ll most likely come back and improve on it later than it is to stop the proceedings entirely in search of something perfect.

The power of flow and momentum in songwriting is huge. I believe it’s better to get to the end of your song without editing too harshly and then go back and try to improve it. It makes everything easier and it also makes your songs better. Make a resolution to stay out of your own way and not to edit too much while you’re first writing your song and, instead, get the song finished first. There will always be time for editing later, but you’ll only have one chance to start – and finish – your song without bogging yourself down in the editing details.

4 – Don’t wait for opportunities to come to you:

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5 – Everything is going to take longer than you think:

Most people underestimate how long it will take them to complete a task. When I started writing songs, I thought that it would be a quick and easy process. Boy, was I wrong! Songwriting is a lot more complicated than I thought it would be. There are a lot of things to consider when crafting songs like melody, genius lyrics, structure, etc. It takes time and patience to create a great song. So if you’re thinking about becoming a songwriter, be prepared for a slow and steady journey. Everything is going to take longer than you think!

Conclusion:

The key to writing movies songs is not being afraid of the process. You don’t need to be a musician, because you want and need this song for your soul. Your lyrics can be much simpler than you think; in fact, they could just be one or two words that resonate with you. When it’s time to make sense of what has been written – and remember everything will take longer than you expect! Readers, I hope these insights on how to write music have inspired some creative thoughts in your own life about projects that are important to you but might feel too daunting at first glance.