#2
WOW that would be better than my 10 billion songs that i made up haha
To The World I Am A Stranger, To A Stranger I Am A Possible Serial Killer


Quote by Wolfinator-x
You guys are so funny xD xoxo <3

Quote by Doveri
Well a human can't sing an Em since that's a chord

If you mean Eb3/E3, then that is a contralto voice.
#5
Quote by jeremygp24
thanks guys!

Always welcome!
To The World I Am A Stranger, To A Stranger I Am A Possible Serial Killer


Quote by Wolfinator-x
You guys are so funny xD xoxo <3

Quote by Doveri
Well a human can't sing an Em since that's a chord

If you mean Eb3/E3, then that is a contralto voice.
#8
Geez, don't be so angry, Mr. Goldfish!
I really liked the singing, and the guitar compliments that good. Didn't quite like the playing at the beginning. Such a good voice and good guitar skills too, keep at it! I look forward to seeing more from you
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2011 Fender American Standard Stratocaster
2012 Tanglewood TW170

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#9
thanks man! i'm adding a last part at the end where I start to belt just to add dynamic to the song
#11
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This means NO:
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