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Wednesday, 30 June 2010
12:29:14 AM (GMT)
Ok. This is a song I wrote a while ago. I did NOT write it from experience-I'm way too young! It doesn't have a title, and it's only half done. I wish you could actually hear me sing it otherwise it just looks like a poem...it's actually really catchy! We were driving in his car and he rolled down the window/So I asked him if something was wrong/Well he said nothing so we were silent and we just kept driving on/Then we got to the highway he started cryin'/Said I don't ever want you to leave/So I said/You just strum that guitar/And I won't go too far/And I'll always have a special place for you in my heart/I said you just strum that guitar/'Cuz I won't be too far/You just remember to always keep me in your heart You like?

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‹Ella ★› says:   30 June 2010   926299  
I thought it sounded like a narrative story.
For songs, avoid sentences that are super-long..like this verse
"Well he said nothing so we were silent and we just kept driving on"
 
‹RushingStars★› says:   30 June 2010   593543  
@Twinkly 
Yeah, I just don't really know how to break the verses up. 
 
‹Ella ★› says:   30 June 2010   386443  
@boycrazy_catz126 
Brainstorm. ^^ 
 
plus says:   30 June 2010   200091  
I love it!
 
harrypotterloverforever11 says:   30 June 2010   533213  
You know my answer LOL
 
‹RushingStars★› says :   30 June 2010   352813  
 

 
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