More Songwriting Ideas (and Music Facts) from SongRegistration.com:

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1. Focus particularly on your song’s opening lines. They’re your best chance to pull in and engage your listener.
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2. Experiment with doubling vocal lines and shifting pitches. (And since most shifts involve a higher key, try a lower one for a different mood transition).
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3. Analyze your melody’s metering, sussing out syllables and their lengths. It not only tightens things up, it may also lead to a lyrical hook popping out at you.
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4. And of course always document your copyrights by professionally registering all your original material! With SongRegistration.com, it’s cheap, quick, and easy (and used by composers in 55 countries).
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A Few More Fun Music Facts:
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1. Clarence “Leo” Fender, founder of Fender Electric and inventor of the Stratocaster and Telecaster, never played guitar.
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2. A Strat is carved into Jimi Hendrix’s tombstone in Renton WA (see photo), though it’s not like Jimi’s. He played his upside-down because he was left-handed (which his father thought was a sign of Satan). In fact, Fender just launched a new Hendrix model — a “flipped-over” Strat for right-handers, with everything reversed — strings, pickups, headstock, bridge (http://www.fender.com/alter-your-axis) — hoping to re-create that distinctive Hendrix sound (good luck with that)…
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