A Guide To Simple Song Writing

Playing your first song on a guitar is unforgettable event for any guitar player. Like everyone remembers their first kiss, every guitar player remembers the first song played on a guitar. That memory is much more pleasant and memorable if the first song is one of guitar classics instead of “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.” It may be little more challenging to play “Comfortably Numb” as the first song, but sense of achievement and happiness will be much bigger with your favorite song.

The rhymes should be in a good timing order, e.g. 4/4, this means another 4 rhyme words after the first 4 rhyme words (life, wife, knife, strife/Pain, rain, no gain, struck my brain). A Dancing Feeling Reggae Picka Pow cannot be 1/1, 3/3 or 5/5 it cannot rhyme. It should either be 2/2 or 4/4, but 4/4 is highly recommended by me.

It’s often been said that we better through seeing then doing. This is especially true when learning guitar. User based content video websites such as YouTube.com have led the way in free video training. It’s now possible to find free lessons on every conceivable aspect of guitar learning and practice.

Give the Song a Title: Yes! that is you first step, title! A journey cannot start without a destination, you must first know what your online song would be talking about, e.g. The title maybe about your “child-hood life”.

The second thing you need to start learning is how to form scales. Scales are the first foundation to your piano playing. For Scales is what determines the key the song is being played in and what notes work and what notes don’t work in the song. Like some people think that the you must be playing a harder song just because you are using black notes. But no you are just in a key that the scale is made up of black notes.

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The Beatles and Billy Joel have used this song structure a lot. The song “We Can Work it Out” by the Beatles uses this structure.You can hear that the title line “We Can Work it Out” is the refrain in the verses. The section starting on “Live is very short… ” is the bridge.

No longer interested in singing the ego’s praises (praying for more ego things), they only sing The Song of Prayer which becomes what it was meant to be, a sharing of Love and Creation. They’ve recognized the Christ in themselves and that everyone goes together. When learning is no longer necessary, the illusory ladder of forgiveness ends and all that’s left is The Song.

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