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It might start to get old if you covered it with just a voice and single chords on the guitar, because it is obviously repetitive, but they do enough studio magic on the record to cover those sins, so people will eat it up for the catchy simplicity. Now, the final point that needs to be made about climax here concerns the production phase. Again, you want the chorus to be the most compelling part of the song, not the verse. She belongs with him in love. An effective refrain is catchy, simple and easily memorable. Sorta gives you the dirt and the hope all in the same sentence Rhyme is a funny thing. Girls want a man who tells them straight up how he feels, not someone who only talks about how beautiful and perfect they are behind her back. Or what to call it. Sometimes lyrical.

This means, however, that you cannot utilise volume to anywhere near the capacity that a live symphony orchestra can. At least nobody is going to criticize your songs for all sounding the same.

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The example that jumps immediately to my mind is Skin by Rascal Flatts, because the song establishes this formula and story, and then takes you somewhere unexpected, touching and poetic, and you just want to cry.

Obviously, it was something he did. I have also used this technique several times for an outro, but never actually for a bridge.

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One of the best ways to reframe it for yourself is through the lens of a storybook. The problem is, it can be a recurring problem for some of us, in which we have to wade through several rubbish songs to get a half-decent one actually worth recording. Use it again. Some lyricists will expend their best feeling-words in the verse and then just do more of the same, or something less powerful, in the chorus. Metaphor cutting down a picture to fit in a frame. Such tricks actually alleviate some of the pressure off the regularly sung bridge to carry all the weight for variety in the song, but all can be used individually or in conjunction with each other to replace the bridge altogether if you feel like your song calls for it. Irish music has a penchant for being particularly "sad" The second verse transitions into a pre-chorus, which is made up of 2 different motivic halves.

Digital audio production has come a long way in making the quiet parts of songs just as audible and prominent as the loud parts. Case in point, Happy by Pharrell Williams keeps flipping back and forth between the keys of F minor and F major.

Absolutely gorgeous in more ways than just melody and chord changes.

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The problem is, it can be a recurring problem for some of us, in which we have to wade through several rubbish songs to get a half-decent one actually worth recording. Do I really have to take the listener on a journey? Anyway, he goes to see her in person. So indeed, a "hopeful" song, yet particularly sad since it's not quite in a state of resolve. Even Taylor Swift had some killer lines before she decided to get all political. Now, the final point that needs to be made about climax here concerns the production phase. Girls want a man who tells them straight up how he feels, not someone who only talks about how beautiful and perfect they are behind her back. And each of these problems need to be addressed slightly differently. So how do we know?

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