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Leading to a heavenly conclusion
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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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For people who've traveled all over, loved and lost, won and lost, etc, they can tell you some amazing stories, though that's not even half of what they've been through. I felt like I wanted to express this in a song, so here are some of the travels - but only about the half of it all. The chorus is progressive in vocalization, midway through and picking up for the end.
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This is meant to be a fun song. I was trying to live a bit vicariously through those olden days of Elvis maybe, and figured I'd write one fun and upbeat. I think lyrically it's decent, though, while the chorus is mainly just built on a phrase. The idea is that the "Gonna send it to you" is a separate vocal after suggesting what's being sent, so it doesn't break the flow of the song. Plus, it sounds better with the slight overlap.
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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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