Lyrics help
Thread poster: reverendpan (X)

reverendpan (X)
Vietnam
Aug 7

Hi
I wrote couple of songs for my album, but I'm not sure on 100% about them.
Generally thay are ok, but I wanna be sure about details, ask about some phrases and sentences

If you are english native speaker and wanna help me with it, please message me.


 

Sheila Wilson  Identity Verified
Spain
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Member (2007)
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There's no right/wrong about song lyrics Aug 7

reverendpan wrote:
I wrote couple of songs for my album, but I'm not sure on 100% about them.
Generally thay are ok, but I wanna be sure about details, ask about some phrases and sentences

Don't worry if people tell you there's a grammatical error or an invented word. You can do that in English. It's called "poetic licence". My husband (British) does it all the time in his songs. With him it's deliberate - and done for many different reasons. When he wrote a couple in French some people did object to him taking liberties with the language, but maybe that was just because he isn't a native speaker of "their" language icon_smile.gif . On the other hand, some things just don't work. It has to "scan" right (not sure if that's the correct word) and if things are supposed to rhyme then they really must - no almosts allowed!

If you are english native speaker and wanna help me with it, please message me.

Feel free to send them to me if you like, for what it's worth.

[Edited at 2018-08-07 14:19 GMT]


 


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