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The following are very basic guidelines that can help you fine-tune your songwriting. I personally do not recommend reading most of them, as I have not applied them to specific songs, just general songwriting techniques that would apply to most songs. Also, some of the rules may not apply to every genre, but they are still worth knowing.

Adopt a beat first, tune later (How to Write Songs: A Guide to Publishing, Music Publishing, and Songwriting, by Mark Gungor)

Tell a story with the first verse, then let the chorus bring it home.

Don’t make a song about how much you want to be rich and famous. Don’t make it about how you want to be kissed or how badly you want to have someone love you. Instead, make it about what you have already got.

Write about things you have already experienced or things you are already thinking about. This is called the “teaching moment.”

The chorus should be the first thing a person hears.

This is the most important song rule of them all. Write to the tune. Sometimes, the music will tell you what the lyric should be. Sometimes, it will tell you what the song should be about.

Only tackle a song that is in a major key.

Pericone, Jack, Melody in Songwriting: Tools and Techniques for Writing Hit Songs. Available at: www.nyc.gov/ html/lpc/downloads/pdf/reports/brill.pdf (accessed 23 February 2015).

The title and first line of the first verse should be the same. The title of the chorus should be the same as the title of the song.

Figure out what the song is about as soon as you know who is singing it. This is called “inspiration.”

Most songs begin with an intro that opens up the chorus. However, some songs open up with a bridge or the first line of the chorus. The closer you keep the lyrics to the song’s “teaching moment,” the better the song will be.

Where to go from there is up to you, but the rules above will help you fine-tune your songwriting.

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Jack Perricone Songwriting Pdf 14
. In its June 2001 issue, the Music Writer featured the “5 Takeaways from 2001” as follows: “1. Songwriters should have an exploratory session with a road map to chart success in mind… 4. Songwriting workshops should have associated publications that provide a framework for songwriters as they write… 5. Songwriters should be using the Top 40 as a reference point to..” Adcock, Robin, The Record: Copyright: Can it be Fixed?. Available at: www.recordedigitalmusic.org/adC
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