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The song is a standard 8 bar blues verse with a standard 12 bar blues Chorous that, using personification, captures the history, musicality, and nature of the gendre of the Blues. Not all verses need be performed and the order of the verses can be varied. The song leaves lots of scope for featuring solos by various musicians and instruments during actual performance.
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How love makes you feel everyday
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These lyrics show both sides to a rocky relationship; not just what the man feels, and not just what the woman feels. It’s a fun little duet, but it’s more twisted than lovely.
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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 never could sleep well. Even as a kid, I'd just toss and turn. Not sure what it is. So last night I'm struggling to sleep, and wondering if I should click on YouTube for some "tips to help you sleep" type of deal. I thought, well, as long as it helps you sleep. So this song popped into my mind. This isn't a true story for me, though is for a ton of people. It's a genderless song that could apply to men or women. For me, I'd never swallow it up like the guy in this song. I'd call her out quick! The real me is about that reckoning. Songwriter me is more magnanimous.
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