I get nervous around anything for songwriters that sounds like spoon-feeding. And I think the most important thing a songwriter — well, anyone — can learn is to think for themself. But, you know, sometimes songwriters feel stuck in a rut. Sometimes songwriters need a burst of inspiration to get them back on track. And if that sounds like you, I have some good news: I made you a big list of songs you can write. Specifically, songs you can write.
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I love music. One of my girlfriends has even given me the green light to create her hypothetical wedding reception playlist. So obviously, when I write about a song or album, I know when to use quotation marks and when to use italics. Album titles, on the other hand, are always italicized. Of course, lots more media have titles than just songs and albums. There are books , short stories, podcasts, TV shows, episodes. Want more italics advice?
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Writing a song with unforgettable melodies and creative lyrics can be challenging. Even the most experienced songwriters go through writer's block at some point in their career, and there are many different approaches to songwriting. Here are 10 helpful songwriting tips, each backed up by quotes from some of the world's most successful songwriters. Getting started is often the hardest part of the songwriting process.