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We'd all be lucky enough to feel this way about someone else at least once in our lives. This is about a man who feels his woman is his everything, saved him from himself. It's meant to have a right powerful chorus, so there's nothing very melodic about this song, although it is a love song. It's the country version of an '80s rock power ballad, which follows more of a Cornell-like formula of a softer verse and stronger chorus. If you can't make it make sense from reading it, stretch the words out in the chorus. "It's un-mis-takableeeeee, a heart that's un-shake-ableeeee" - it'll fall into place.
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This one started with the chorus, which is built on melodic alliteration. So it might be a bit tougher to grasp through just reading it. Though I think it stands up very well as a complete song. I tried to write verses that weren't just derivative nonsense leading into a stronger chorus; I think it holds equal weight throughout for what it is. Just note that "every" is phonetically "Ev-ree," and I think you can piece it together.
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My second ever contest win. Wrote this back in the late '90s. My cousin's wife was dying, and there was just something in his eyes that I couldn't explain. A sort of hollowness. This song is written from a woman's perspective (because I wrote it for a female to sing) whose husband is dying in front of her eyes, and the emotions are ripping her apart. Though, it's every bit as much about the sorrow she feels for him being without her, and life in general, as much as her being without him. The second part of the second chorus really explodes as a powerhouse vocalization of pain and angst. I rarely toot my own horn, but singing this back, I can see why it won a contest. It's quite the powerful song, yet simplistic in language and composition. I've always imagined a single piano, maybe an acoustic six string to start, with violins coming in on the 2nd part of the first verse, and full-on band for the chorus.
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Before I met my current girlfriend, my soulmate, I had a crush on this girl solely because she started off with a crush on me. I had resisted her, but she persisted. So I kinda fell for her, if only for being flattered, then she backed off. And all I could say to her was, "Okay. If you change your mind..." That got me thinking about anyone, young or old, man or woman, who likes someone who doesn't like them back, and sometimes we just hope they change their mind. Wrote a song about it. Like to hear it? Here it goes.
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Not really sure if there's a big story behind this. One of those things where there's just a melody playing in your head, so I put some words to it. I really love this chorus, though; probably a top-5 chorus of mine. Though not sure how it'll translate through just the written word. Think upbeat with emphasis on alliteration and the verse bleeding directly into the chorus.
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