Originally Posted by RossM
Hi Brian,


I'm working on the assumption that not all lyric writers write material that need a major overhaul.

I'm Looking for collaboration on this lyric. I looking for someone to write the melody and sing this song.

I have co-written approx. 30 songs.com. They can be heard on the link below.

www.broadjam.com/lyrics

Regards.

Ross Mabey.


Song - A Song That A True Lover Sings.

By - Ross Mabey

Verse #
If only mere words, could describe, (8)
The way that I feel inside. (7)
When I sense that youíre very near, (8)
My heart grows wings and knows, no fear. (8)

Chorus
The day that we finally meet,
It will be my special treat.
Iíll whisper your lovely name,
With tenderness, like a sweet refrain.
A melody, played on your heart strings,
Itís a song, that a true lover sings.

Verse #2
If I only knew you better, (8)
Then Iíd send you a love letter.(7)
Straight from the center of my heart, (8)
Hopiní that weíll never be apart. (8)

Chorus
The day that we finally meet,
It will be my special treat.
Iíll whisper your lovely name,
With tenderness, like a sweet refrain.
A melody, played on your heart strings,
Itís a song, that a true lover sings.

Bridge
Time itself, will stand still,
As I feel that magic thrill.
Of holding you in my arms,
While I appreciate your beauty and your charms.

Instrumental

Chorus
The day that we finally meet,
It will be my special treat.
Iíll whisper your lovely name,
With tenderness, like a sweet refrain.
A melody, played on your heart strings,
A song that a true lover sings.
Yes, itís a song, that a true lover sings.

Copyright © 2019 Ross Mabey.

Written December 31st 2018 to January 1st 2019.


Well, the above advice applies to everyone. And even the most pro writers I know (check out my interview with pro-LYRIC ONLY writer Dean Pitchford on the top of the general message board) they rewrite constantly no matter how great their success, so evaluating why a lyric may or may not appeal to others to find co-writers isn't always a bad thing. Few creators I have found who ever believe a work is truly the best it can ever be, though it is also very healthy to finish something and move on to more stuff, just don't substitute improving something so you can add quantity... like all advice, this is general for most people, your mileage may vary.

Brian


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