A Song’s Message

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Finding Your Inspiration

A Song’s Message

The Message

An important and often overlooked part of a song and its lyrics is the overarching message of the words. Sometimes when we write we can get too focused on the granular details of the lyrics or emotions we’re writing about, and while this is an important part of the writing process, we can often get lost in it and forget what we’re trying to say. 

Think about some of your favourite songs of all time and how you interpreted their meaning. Is it clear in your mind what they are about, and what their message to the listener is? Are you able to sum it up in 10 words or less? 

This will be a helpful strategy for you as a writer moving forward. If the meaning of your song is clear in your mind, it will help you craft lyrics that support its message and take the listener on a more concise and considered journey.