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Congrats on the "September - Song Of The Month" Award. It's nice to be loved and appreciated, no?
Mike, I loved "Theresa Smile" so much when i heard it in the Contest voting (for which i gave it a Best rating), I had to seek you out here and give you some props, including playlist inclusions and 5-stars. Nice work.
Thanks Doug... always nice to hear encouragement...
Congrats Mike on Broadjam earth!!! About time your music gets some well-deserved recognition!!:))
Hi! I Love " Theresa smile" what a catchy, original , amazing vocals kind of tune!! Great lyrics as well!!Could def. hear this in a film/ T.V. Series!!! Great songs you have here! Looking forward to listening to more!.. Many 5 ***** from me... Blessings..... Julia:)
" stormy weather" another amazing one!! Really love listening to your different styles of song!!:))
Thanks for all the kind words of encouragement.
Been writing songs for years and few positive feedbacks.
That's surprising!! You need much more recognition!!!:))
Thank you bc!!!
Clever phrasing and good use of rhymes. Some of the rhymes are predictable. This song is being sung to someone, but I have not gotten to know that someone. Introduce me to that someone in a way that I can put myself into the song and say, yes, I have been there.
You have some catchy inner rhymes and I like the groove, but this song hasn't taken me somewhere new. One thing caught my ear immediately. The word "it" in the first line. It is like Beth Nielsen Chapman says, when you i=use the word it, you have to spend the whole song explaining what "it" is. Dig down and give sone descript phrasing that puts me in the character's place, and pull me into the song. Using you, means you are singing to someone. This makes it personal, or in some cases it might be seen as preachy. In this case it is personal. Make me the actor in the song, or make me the observer by putting colorful content and wording that puts me right there in that moment in time. Good luck in your writing.