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    Default Where Can I Submit My Lyrics Without Having to Pay Someone to Look at Them?

    Hello, My husband is pushing me to see if anything can become of the 50 journals I have at home of song lyrics I have written over the years. Can someone please tell me of any place that I could send some to without having to pay a fee of some sort? I would appreciate any suggestions greatly. Thanks

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    Howdy tammyluree. The answer, unfortunately, is no.
    Lyrics alone, without music and singing, won't get far.
    Your only hope is to post them on various music forums
    and hope somebody who cares notices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tammyluree View Post
    Hello, My husband is pushing me to see if anything can become of the 50 journals I have at home of song lyrics I have written over the years. Can someone please tell me of any place that I could send some to without having to pay a fee of some sort? I would appreciate any suggestions greatly. Thanks
    Also, gather up your favorites and make a demo cd. And - probably not what you wanted to hear, but lwj001 is totally right. - You have to get yourself out there and known and hopefully someone will notice. Good luck to you!

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    Do not ever, EVER pay for someone to look at your songs. If someone is asking you to pay, they are frauds.

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    Default music and lyrics

    I have songs that I have written and have the music for where could I get them heard by people who might be interested in using them. thanks in advance..

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    I do agree that no one should ever pay for the services, but NSAI is a great idea if you ask me (especially if you want to learn much about the craft). They are a company that is all over the country, it is about $120 a year but you get free songwriting workshops and semenars that are throughout the year where you can meet other songwriters that are looking to succeed.
    You could probably try poetry or music teachers within the area of where you are, craigslist.com... if you're not looking to be serious.

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    A geat forum is Thesongwritersforum.com It's a free and friendly forum where you can post lyrics and songs. Often times if they know you do lyrics only, someone there, if interested, will offer to do a demo for your song for ya : )
    look for me there. -lilteebs

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    Hey I only here to say that any one who r new in lyrics, song writer can make their own community and if anyone of us find some sources than they help others.
    cont me : iloveyourasna85@yahoo.com

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    I have songs that I have written and have the music for where could I get them heard by people who might be interested in using them. thanks in advance..
    Did you ever get a reply regarding getting your music heard by people who might interested? I am a Christian song writer and I sing and play an acoustic guitar. I am a member of my church band. I am in a Christian group currently, that is taking a break. I have played in coffee houses, churches, and Praise Fest locally here in the Louisville area. Could you please reply to me and let me know if you made any head-way and who did you get connected with? Thanking you in advance.

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    Become a member of NSAI Nashville Songwiter Association International. They have workshops in just about every major city. They will help you write songs and teach you how the music business works.
    Jim Colyer "Girl Album"
    http://www.jimcolyer.com

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    I recommend join Just Plain Folks (www.jpfolks.com and look for co-writers who want to put music to your songs. You can also get honest feedback there, and the site is completely free. There are over 50,000 songwriters who belong!

    Yes, NSAI is a great resource, but you need to join in order to take advantage of their critique nights.

    I also recommend joining music-based social networks, making friends and asking people to give you feedback on your songs. In Nashville, NashvilleMusicPros.com, IndieConnect.org and http://nashvillemusiciansandsingers.ning.com/ are all great networks.

    I hope those help!

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    Default need some help

    I'll been writing music for a long time and I need some help gettin it heard if anyone out let me know.

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    It is very difficult but not impossible to get songs in from of people who are the desicion makers for major label stars. Here are some suggestions:
    1. There is a book called "The Songwriters Market" that list thousands of publishers and record companies. t will tell you wat kind of music they work with, tell you some of the artists they've placed songs with (or have on their label) as well as their submission policies. From a distance, publishers will be your best bet.
    2. There are 'pitch sheets' that tell you who is going into the studio and what kinds of songs they are looking for. Be certain that you get a reputable one. Here in Nashville, the most popular one is RowFax (www.rowfax.com.
    3. Contact indie artists both locally and through social networks. Find bands in your style who are playing cover tunes and could use some original tunes. You never know what might happen. They may record it and you get a free demo out of it. They may become very popular and you make some monty off your songs. They may get signed and you make a LOT of money from your works.

    I hope that helps!

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    I am trying to figure out the same thing. I wrote a set of lyrics for my finance's b-day, and am hoping to find a way to do something with it for his b-day. I can't think of better b-day gift than that. If anyone has any ideas for me, let me know please.

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    My advice is to move to Nashville, join NSAI and hang out.
    Jim Colyer "Girl Album"
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    i would suggest if you live in the united states of america to call the u.s. copy rights office in washington d.c. you can wait on line to talk to someone tell him or her you have poem or song lyrics that could they send you the proper forms to fill out fill in all your info on the copy right form make copy of the copy right form and the lyrics you send back to the u.s. copy right office along with a postal money order for 65.00 dollars made out to the u.s. copy right office that is what they charge for the registration fee but afther you get all the forms copies of your material and mail it back to the u.s. copy right office in cluding money order .. i would also have it sent back to the copy right office certified mail that way they will have to sign when they get your lyrics mail etc.. i say this because always legally copy right your lyrics and register them first with the u.s. copy right office.. that protects you on every thing you wrote - lyrics poems etc. and then no one can get your lyrics or poems and put to music without your permission.. o.k. so first copy right then afther you mail al the info back to the copy right office be paitent wait until you get the signed receipt back in the mail then you can the lyrics you had legally copy righted send them the copies of the lyrics or poems you want recorded ..a recording studio you can look up on line and check the company out with the better buisness bureau that you want to record your music if they have a good rating then mail your lyrics or poems to them along with your copy of your copy right forms you filled out per lyric poem etc.. if a recording studio is interested in recording any or putting to music any of your lyrics or poems they wil write you back let you know and they will look at them for free but if they send your lyrics back to you in the mail they aren't interested now. I hope this has been helpful

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    Default Where to submit lyrics

    Hello,

    I am Marc-Alan Barnette. I teach songwriting and the practical application of the music business in Nashville and attempt to answer questions from writers, artists and interested partiest.

    We now deal in a world of finished songs. So getting lyric or music only are only half of what is needed to get into the game at all. But there are literally thousands of sites, millions of artists, and billions of songs out there, so you are in good company of finding people who can help you.

    Orgainizations like NSAI, Songramp.com, Just Plain Folks, Indieconnect.com and others have online forums where you can meet others and interact and get information. Always meet people as face to face as possible. Attend open mics, writer's shows, seminars, college classes, coffee houses, etc. in your area as much as possible, Meet other like minded people.

    In my opinion, I would hold off on any copyright efforts. With one billion (with a B) songs downloaded a MONTH on the internet, the chances of you writing something so unique and unheard of is well... impossible. You cannot copyright an idea and most songs, poems, etc, are exactly like thousands of others just like it. Copyrights should be avoided until a thorough understanding of the way things work and a good deal of research into the reality of life according to music. The copyright office is backed up three years processing applications and most often it is a waste of money. Everything in it's time.

    Take these steps:
    #1. Find people in your area to interact with and go meet them.
    #2. Find online sites that you can get direct information catered to YOU.
    #3. Learn as much as you can about the business. Books in the library are a good way to start.
    #4. Avoid paying money for anything until you have a working understanding of what you need and where you are.

    Write, perform, make friends all the time.

    Good luck.

    MAB

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    Default Did someone copyright my work??

    Hello everyone, and TIA for any possible help.

    While doing a search under my maiden name for unrelated reasons, the first thing that popped up was the website faqs.org, the register of copyrights. My name along with my year of birth, combined with the name of a gentleman I don't even know and his birth year. It appears to be some sort of registration, the description stating sound cassette plus lyrics sheets; the authorship on the application, now here's the kicker, that's also under my name as well! There is a registration number and such but I have no idea who this guy is, or how my information got into his hands. I have not intentionally written song lyrics but I have been a prolific writer and poet since I was young. The date listed on the website is when I was in college.

    Is there anything any of you here could tell me about this odd situation? Anyone I could contact?

    Thank you again for your time, best wishes to all.

    daswunderkind @ (cox) dot (net)

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    Smile Yes, I also would living in Canada

    Looking to see where there are publishers or forums whereby you can post lyrics for review/collaboration without someone stealing your lyrics

    Please let me know; seeking talented music composer
    sandyplyricist@yahoo.ca

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    Angry protect your lyrics.

    I have learned it the hardway...yes ideas from lyrics can be stolen...
    Title is not covered under registering it.

    The body of song can be registered at Library of Congress under a collection titel:

    Like Tamis song collection 101 (then submit your 50 lyrics or so for example) for the one fee instead of individual lyrics being submitted separately.
    Yes. even documt the time and date you created these lyrics. keep all paperwork/in a file. Also, send a self addressed lyrics to yourself..proof when you created them.

    Do all you can - because the misfortune to listen to this individual...don't care you they are...I have been there

    Quote Originally Posted by MBarne4908@aol.com View Post
    Hello,

    I am Marc-Alan Barnette. I teach songwriting and the practical application of the music business in Nashville and attempt to answer questions from writers, artists and interested partiest.

    We now deal in a world of finished songs. So getting lyric or music only are only half of what is needed to get into the game at all. But there are literally thousands of sites, millions of artists, and billions of songs out there, so you are in good company of finding people who can help you.

    Orgainizations like NSAI, Songramp.com, Just Plain Folks, Indieconnect.com and others have online forums where you can meet others and interact and get information. Always meet people as face to face as possible. Attend open mics, writer's shows, seminars, college classes, coffee houses, etc. in your area as much as possible, Meet other like minded people.

    In my opinion, I would hold off on any copyright efforts. With one billion (with a B) songs downloaded a MONTH on the internet, the chances of you writing something so unique and unheard of is well... impossible. You cannot copyright an idea and most songs, poems, etc, are exactly like thousands of others just like it. Copyrights should be avoided until a thorough understanding of the way things work and a good deal of research into the reality of life according to music. The copyright office is backed up three years processing applications and most often it is a waste of money. Everything in it's time.

    Take these steps:
    #1. Find people in your area to interact with and go meet them.
    #2. Find online sites that you can get direct information catered to YOU.
    #3. Learn as much as you can about the business. Books in the library are a good way to start.
    #4. Avoid paying money for anything until you have a working understanding of what you need and where you are.

    Write, perform, make friends all the time.

    Good luck.

    MAB

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    Default Lyric connection

    I received an email from newhorizons nashville that said they likem my lyrics and want to have musicians create music to my 2 sets of lyrics sent but want money to do so with full copyrighs and royalties, is this common? and has anyone done this before? can you finds a music agent who represents an artist to look at your work? I look forward to your comments

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    Default A Way to Get Musicians to Play Your Music

    You should NEVER pay someone to look at your music. And NEVER give someone exclusive rights to your music unless they are offering you a pretty darn good check for it. However, I would like to offer you a new way you could get your lyrics performed and have some fun in the process!

    I have just launched a website StageOff.com that is an online talent show - think YouTube meets American Idol. The goal of the website is to give musicians an opportunity to get their name out their, gain publicity, and win prizes.

    Anyway, we are looking for different competitions to launch (we would like to have many "small" competitions as apposed to just one big one). So, if you have LYRICS that you would like to have performed, and would be willing to provide a prize to the winner (at this point our site would not take a commission) of $50-200, we would run a competition where artists are performing your song! You would then select the winner from all of the artists that perform it! Pretty simple and pretty fun.

    This is a great opportunity for you to get your name out there as a lyricist (you would name the competition), help out musicians, and start a collection of your demos. Contact me and we can discuss the rules you would want the musicians to abide by! The competition would include links to any of your websites, businesses, etc.

    I look forward to working with you to get your name out there, make famous musicians, and expand the world of music.

    Rob Erich
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    rob(at)stageoff.com

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    you really do not need to pay for your lyrics. There are so many online sites who are providing facilities regarding music and helping the artists. And copyright protection exists at creation, automatically, under current copyright law.

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    Default Christian music

    My church band has recorded this song and posted it on youtube... How can I get Internet christian radio stations to play it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yubhAPjARM&feature=fvsr

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    Writing song lyrics certainly gives you the power to potentially change the world. There are many online site where you can submit your song lyrics, without paying to anyone. Even you can get paid for them, if you work properly.

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    I know what you are going through. seems like the music bizz wants to make money on you first. It is not about paying your dues.
    I think it is about buying your shot, in short how much money do you have to buy your dream !
    Do i wan to make it as a song writer ? sure but not at the cost of spending more time looking for a brakes and not playing music or writing song.
    I spend only a few hour a week looking for that elusive brake in the bizz. I spend most my time Playing Guitar and crafting songs.
    I like to meet other song crafters and chat. The best song in the world will never be on the radio!
    in short write for the love of it play for the joy in it and meet new friends that can run the jurney with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Did you ever get a reply regarding getting your music heard by people who might interested? I am a Christian song writer and I sing and play an acoustic guitar. I am a member of my church band. I am in a Christian group currently, that is taking a break. I have played in coffee houses, churches, and Praise Fest locally here in the Louisville area. Could you please reply to me and let me know if you made any head-way and who did you get connected with? Thanking you in advance.
    if u r still around, email me at dibs80 at yahoo dot com

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    I have written lyrics and music to my lyrics for about 20 years now, mostly for fun, but have heard many say I should get them to Nashville and recognized. I guess I would say to your question of lyrics alone, most are right, you won't get far just on lyrics. If you at all have any musical talent, and a voice, start humming tunes to your lyrics.. Look at your lyrics and hear what they say, choose from the heart your sound. If you don't have that talent, find someone you can trust, and get help with the tune. Whenever I write a song, a tune seems to fall in place. I would also get your lyrics copyrighted. This is done by going to the U.S. Government site by googling copyrighting lyrics, and that should direct you to the government site you need. The other way is a poor man's copyright. Seal the lyrics in an envelope with the date is was written on, and mail it to yourself certified mail, and never open it. When you date an original song or lyric you have written, you basically have a copyright on it., but if you decide to seal that with a kiss, send it to yourself via certified U.S. mail. There are agents out there who are looking for new songs, but beware there are skunks in the shed as well. Good luck. I would find someone who is willing to go along with you on the song writing and put the music to it. There are also softwares out there for computers (some free softwares) to help one put music to lyrics. Best of luck. Yours in common, guitarfingers52

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    MAB, Good information thank you. Almost signed up with an independent A& R that called me out of the blue from CA at $60 month.
    Thanks
    Tam

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    If you are an aspiring song-writer this read is a must. Its a very comprehensive look at what is going on inside the "song pluggers" world. I've been at the music grind-stone for almost 36 years. I even played in a talent showcase at the Old Ryman back in 1996. While it was a very good experience, it still did not present any open doors for submitting material to the movers and shakers. Its not my aim to discourage anyone, but getting your work to the right people is a very daunting task. "Music Row" is not what it used to be, a large percentage of the labels and promoters have closed their doors. CD Sales are flat due to the massive online theft of music and material. The money stream has dried up along with the economy. Sad, but very true, more information here on what I am speaking about: http://www.writethismusic.com/the_truth.htm

    P.S. We spend hundreds of hours writing and polishing our material. Some website then wants us to (pay)$$ them to listen to our material? Give me a break!! Please do not fall for this bait and hook. They will take your CD, drop it at a front desk....of an obscure label. The front desk greeter will smile at the song plugger..and as soon as they walk out the door your material will be tossed in the nearest trash can. I've seen it happen too many times. These "song pluggers" have no more access to the movers and shakers than you do. That is the hard reality about Nashville. Pardon the phrase, but its a very incestual industry. On the other hand you can GO to Nashville and drop your Demo CD off and some labels will allow this if you use good manners. My message here is: Don't get fleeced by these online sites that claim they can get your music to the "right people" they simply cannot do it. Make a good solid demo of your music, copyright it, and post it on You Tube. Your material might get noticed by a label at some point. (Don't Pay To Play)!

    I wish all the writers out there the best of luck!
    Do not give up on your talent or your dreams.
    Vocalist50

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    Great Info!!

    Quote Originally Posted by MBarne4908@aol.com View Post
    Hello,

    I am Marc-Alan Barnette. I teach songwriting and the practical application of the music business in Nashville and attempt to answer questions from writers, artists and interested partiest.

    We now deal in a world of finished songs. So getting lyric or music only are only half of what is needed to get into the game at all. But there are literally thousands of sites, millions of artists, and billions of songs out there, so you are in good company of finding people who can help you.

    Orgainizations like NSAI, Songramp.com, Just Plain Folks, Indieconnect.com and others have online forums where you can meet others and interact and get information. Always meet people as face to face as possible. Attend open mics, writer's shows, seminars, college classes, coffee houses, etc. in your area as much as possible, Meet other like minded people.

    In my opinion, I would hold off on any copyright efforts. With one billion (with a B) songs downloaded a MONTH on the internet, the chances of you writing something so unique and unheard of is well... impossible. You cannot copyright an idea and most songs, poems, etc, are exactly like thousands of others just like it. Copyrights should be avoided until a thorough understanding of the way things work and a good deal of research into the reality of life according to music. The copyright office is backed up three years processing applications and most often it is a waste of money. Everything in it's time.

    Take these steps:
    #1. Find people in your area to interact with and go meet them.
    #2. Find online sites that you can get direct information catered to YOU.
    #3. Learn as much as you can about the business. Books in the library are a good way to start.
    #4. Avoid paying money for anything until you have a working understanding of what you need and where you are.

    Write, perform, make friends all the time.

    Good luck.

    MAB

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    VICTORIA,
    hI. tHANKS WHERE DO i FIND THEM? tHOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED IN LYRICS..
    thanks so much!
    TG

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    Guitarfingers,
    Thanks for the advice, maybe i'll try the software!!
    TG

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    Hi. I am still out here! Trying to get people to listen is so hard. Sent song lyrics to Chris Keaton very nice fella. He wanted to present them to Scotty McCreery but I didnt have the money.. It would have been a one time shot as Scotty was cutting a record. Thats the closest I got but soso far away!!

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    The music business is very difficult. Everybody in Nashville is a singer, a player or a songwriter. The only way to get your songs heard is to come hear and bring your money.
    Jim Colyer "Girl Album"
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    Jim, Thanks for your advice. Cant go to Nashville and if money were free..Take care of mom, mentally ill sonx2. Just my problems. Wish there was a way to get someone to listen to my song lyrics..
    Thanks for your time..
    Tam

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    Thumbs up Whatever he Likes-Young D.T.

    (Chorus)
    Talkin.' Christ on the cross

    and I'm on Fire

    and We can save lives allnight

    Baby God Can have whatever he likes

    said God can have whatever he likes

    Yeah,

    Late night prayers so good and so right

    I read all the scripture allnight

    And baby God can have whatever he likes

    Said God can have Whatever he likes

    Yeah,

    (Verse1
    Anytime I want to read ya word spoke you

    Yeahh yeahh read the word ya spoke you

    got it oh my lords for the same, same savin' lives just before

    Cause I want yo savin'. I need yo savin.'

    Long as you god me you won't need no savin'

    There's Life, there's hope there's faith I try it

    Tell the satin devils Just be quiet

    (Chorus)
    Christ on a cross

    and I'm on Fire

    And we Can save lives allnight

    baby God can have whatever he likes

    Said god can have whatever he likes

    Yeahh,

    Late night prayers so good and so right

    I read all the scripture allnight

    And baby God can have whatever he likes

    Said God can have whatever he likes

    Yeah
    (Verse2)
    Yeahh, Yeahh Yeahh,Yeahh,

    yi,yi,yi,yi, yi,yi,yi,

    My, God can have What he likes

    he likes God allmighty-ee

    He likes God allmighty like that

    Ya buy anythin.' God allmighty like that

    Cause I want'cho savin' need yo savin.'

    Long as you got me you won't need no savin.'

    There's Life there's hope there's Faith I try it

    Tell the satin Devil just be quiet
    (Chorus)
    Christ on The Cross

    and I'm on Fire

    We can save lives allnight

    Baby God can have whatever he likes(he likes)

    Said God Can have Whatever he likes

    Yeahh,

    Late night Prayers so good and so right

    I read all the scripture allnight

    Baby God can have whatever he likes

    Said God Can have whatever he likes

    Yeahh,

    Verse3
    I'm Talkin.' Praises risen up to him

    Let me put these Praises in yo life

    Ya' word's so good, truth is right

    Let me put this scriptures in yo life

    That's right,

    I want'cho savin.' I need yo savin

    Long as you got me you wont need no savin'

    There's Life, There's hope There's Faith I try it

    Tell the satin Devil just be quiet

    (Chorus)
    Christ on the Cross

    and I'm on Fire

    And We can save lives allnight

    Baby God can have whatever he likes

    said God Can have whatever he likes

    Yeahh,

    Late night prayers so good and so right

    I read all the scripture allnight

    Baby God can have whatever he likes

    said God can have whatever he likes) he likes)

    Yeahh.

    Lord God Allmighty!!

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    Vocalist 50 sounds like good advice think I'll try it. Thank you for answering just that is a big deal.
    Sincerest thanks

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    Rob, Very interesting concept. I would be interested in doing this.
    Thanks tam

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    Default Hi this is Anselm From Karachi Pakistan!

    Hi this is Anselm Sydney Fernandes From Karachi Pakistan!
    hi There is a wedding song "UNITED TODAY" that i've wrote and composed on my own which i want to air it on the internet to make a few bucks. I'm trying to seek a few assistance towards it and here back home theres not much that i can do about it since the preference for English music is on a very low scale, is there someone you can advice me in regard to this matter??

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    Quote Originally Posted by tammyluree View Post
    Hello, My husband is pushing me to see if anything can become of the 50 journals I have at home of song lyrics I have written over the years. Can someone please tell me of any place that I could send some to without having to pay a fee of some sort? I would appreciate any suggestions greatly. Thanks
    I was just going to ask the same question myself, in fact I googled it up and that's how I managed to find this site. I have several song lyrics posted on another website and am looking for the same information you are. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Also, gather up your favorites and make a demo cd. And - probably not what you wanted to hear, but lwj001 is totally right. - You have to get yourself out there and known and hopefully someone will notice. Good luck to you!
    Unfortunately, it costs quite a bit to have a demo made. One with just simple music accompaniment can run you close to $200. This is why I have only made two of them so far even though I have hundreds if not over a thousand lyrics.

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    Elizabeth Davis Guest

    Wink this is my song called friends hope you enjoyed

    you remember how we were friends in the 5th grade when our friends told us we wernt lame 6th grade came along and were no longer friends i asked what happend are we friends yet huuh can you answer me that.
    friends we are we used to be friends we are we used to be its in our memorys and my head oh friends we are we used to be friends
    remember how we used to run and pplay remember how we used to laugh and sceam remember how we were friends yeah yeah yeah yeah oh
    friends we are we used to be friends we are we used to be friends its in our memorys and my head friends we are we used to be friends

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    kborden Guest

    Default I love writing lyrics

    I think about you leaving and how I wouldn't last a day you're so burnt out on my excuses girl and there's nothing left I can say= you always take the blame your innocence so betrayed your past so full of pain. No and I can't believe you stay. I can't believe you stay no I can't believe you stay I can't believe you stayed with this loser anyway.
    And I could have been the man I should have been you wipe your tears away and you take me back again and I always seem to hurt my only friend girl you keep giving me a chance to lose again.
    I deserve everything you've been through its my turn to feel the flame your love for me so flawless and your trust in me un phased your faith for me to change no and I can't believe you stay I can't believe you stayed with this loser anyway. And I could of been the man I should have been you wipe your tears away and you take me back again and I always seem to hurt my only friend girl you keep giving me a chance to lose again

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