Rupert Webb

Rupert Webb is an exciting new songwriter to emerge in 2019. He took a midlife change of direction to channel his wide experience into lyric writing and it shows from the mature and insightful lines he produces. Rupert is fond of rhythm, rhyme and alliteration and he uses these to good effect in a variety of situations and subjects. He writes for both male and female voices and often gives advice about how songs can be adapted for different singers or styles.

 
This is a very rhythmic song. Probably R&B or EDM of some sort. It's clearly sung by a girl and explains why her man's treachery and lies has led to his being dumped. I could probably extend the chorus part if needed by adding more reprisals. It's very tongue in cheek and would easily support a rap part in the middle too.
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This song is from the perspective of a woman who is contemplating her ex-husband's new marriage and the part their children will play. It's initially a bit sad and desperate be cause she doesn't understand how he could be so duplicitous, but in the end she is defiant and strong on her own.
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This girl is working in a shop or cafe of some sort and is being pestered by a boy, who was fun to begin with, but is now being annoying.
NEU
I wrote this while unemployed and sitting in a New Enterprise Allowance workshop. I realised early on that I was never going to be able to build a business case to get the money and instead changed my focus to writing down their unsuitable offer, which of course, needed you to sign your life away. It turned out to be very anti The Man. It’s very glum rock. Maybe an electronic beat? The verses could be arranged in any order, but it perhaps suits two pairs of verses, with the two line dreams/seams bit as a chorus. You decide!
NEU
I was deliberately ambiguous about why this love is off limits but it’s breaking the singer apart and they are about to risk everything. It could be a friend’s partner, or the boss’ daughter, or the boss, or a subordinate worker who’s off limits. Someone the singer has responsibility for and therefore should behave around.
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