Amuro Jay
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Join date: Apr 2006
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#1
Working title. But hey. I'll come up with a better one when I'm done writing the song.

Anyway, this is some weird kinda indie influenced rock song. Has a weird main riff to it which becomes a recurring theme throughout the song.

I need help in deciding what comes after the second verse. Should I go into another chorus or a bridge or what?

C4C (although it may take a while to get back to you, school's a bitch)

EDIT: Also, thanks in advance
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Last edited by jetfuel495 at Sep 14, 2010,
NemX162
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Join date: Sep 2007
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#2
I like it. Personally, I would go with another chorus (maybe even repeat it) then to the bridge. However that's kind of done-to-death. You could always do the bridge like you said, it would take people by surprise.
Kergash
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#4
LOVED the chorus. Seriously, just loved it. The second verse was also very cool, but the chorus man. Oh sweet jesus, it was awesome.
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#6
imo simpler vocal melodies for the chorus are great, because it makes it easier for the audience to participate
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