Erika Poling

Erika is very introspective and poetic; while still maintaining a pragmatic approach in her writing. Her lyrics are not forced and she includes words that encapsulate vivid images and rhythms.

 

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How I created the song/lyrics: The first verse starts out lower and works it's way up to a soprano C or higher (one-sided). The pre-chorus is higher pitched also. But then, the chorus switches to a melody similar to "Heavy Cross," by the band Gossip. The second verse is similar in pitch (high) to the second part of the first verse; but the second part of the second verse (starting with "Oh, my violet sky") is a lower pitch like the first part of the first verse. I think incorporating a "Billie Eilish" whisper style with a lower, stronger, and harder style-- it would really bring out the meaning of the song and make it more artistic.
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I wrote this after attending past-life regression therapy. I have a scientific and artistic mind so I discovered a psychological alternative in combination with my current psychiatrist's perspective. I wanted an answer a little more thorough and artistic than science; and I found the answers to the questions asked by the creative aspects of my personality.
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So basically, this piece of writing is trying to capture looking at oneself in a mirror, through the mind's eyes, and from another person's point of view. It's still a work in progress. The idea to combine creativity, the laws of physics, and creative writing to express both my right and left side of the brain. It's not an easy thing. Seeing yourself, while being used to 1st and 2nd person perspective writing, and then adding 3rd person perspective lyrics (about yourself; well myself) can get confusing and contradictory. It is a perfect representation of my mirrored self. ?????????
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