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Hey Rooster! Welome to Broadjam! You'll have a load of fun on here! "Rooster" shore had me grinning! Keep On Truckin! Catnip Pat
Thank you, Rooster, for your review of 21. Unzip My Heart. In answer to your question, the singer, who's heart has grown cold from lack of love suddenly feels Cupid's arrow pierce his heart with new love and he's singing to his new love interest to fully "unzip" his cold black heart to be more open to being in love. He's felt so unloved and unloving for so many years that although his heart has been struck by Cupid's arrow, he nonetheless continues to struggle to become the warm, open, loving person he longs to be. I don't see this as a conflict as its describing a process the singer is going through to regain what has been lost to him for so long. I do appreciate your high score. Best wishes, Jay
Hey Jay, so i put several of my songs on Broadjam that ALL my friends and family said were AWESOME. All the reviews came back negative or lack luster at best. I was surprised and a little pissed honestly at first but, hey, that was their opinion right. It was then that I took a different, objective view of my lyrics. I needed to wrap my head around why there was such a difference in perspective. Then I realized that the songs where great "IF" you know the back story but unless you're famous, no one take the time to lean the back story and no one wants to hear me ramble on about the true meaning of the story prior to hearing it. They just want to hear a cool song. So the song never gets heard by the masses. The song itself has to be enough on its own. The words have to tell the whole story on there own. It makes it really hard. I guess that's why there are so many songs written yet so few ever heard. I wish you all the best my friend. I hope this helps some way. Keep going !
Thanks Rooster for the fine review of "Anybody"..very Much appreciated!!