#2
The relation of lyrics to life.
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#4
Something catchy to sing along to?
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The relation of lyrics to life.

What about all those instrumentals people enjoy?
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What about all those instrumentals people enjoy?



Well I like most songs that I like because of the lyrics, although I like to listen to some instrumentals from Nobuo Uematsu to say Joe Satriani, it usually is hooked to a feeling or sense of nostalgia or something of the sort, which pretty much goes hand in hand with lyrics to life only it's the actual music instead.
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#9
The performers actually knowing what they're doing with their instruments and not just banging on some chords.

Innovation, and talent.

EDIT: at least that's for me. as for we...i have no clue what draws people to some songs.
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Well I like most songs that I like because of the lyrics, although I like to listen to some instrumentals from Nobuo Uematsu to say Joe Satriani, it usually is hooked to a feeling or sense of nostalgia or something of the sort, which pretty much goes hand in hand with lyrics to life only it's the actual music instead.

Mmm, fair enough
I personally don't take as much notice of the lyrics as the melody. Different priorities I guess.
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TS, I feel i should apologize for playing what I'm sure was at least a small part in the downfall of your thread.

Either that or it was the lack of originality in the topic.

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#16
^Well its more of an individual thing rather than what everyone likes.

Aside from all of the basics, like the quality of its song-writing, the originality of the song, etc., I think what has been really key to the best song is the factor of time. I mean they are the perfect songs for the periods that the come from.

So, great songs are the ones that represent to us a much broader scope of ideas and the spirit of the time.
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