For most of us, the melody of a song is its most important aspect. It’s the selling point of the song. If it doesn’t sound nice, people aren’t going to like it. But what about the lyrics? Some people care, some people don’t, some people memorize lyrics faster than they remember people’s names. I personally find it very difficult to sing songs with swear words in it. I know it’s just a song, but it’s still a swear word. Like Avril Lavigne’s ‘What the Hell’. I like the chorus, a lot, but I don’t sing it because when I reach ‘hell’, my voice just falters and the thing is ‘hell’ goes on for quite a long time, so it’s difficult for me to switch it with a milder word without sounding ridiculous. Most people probably don’t have this problem, since a lot of us swear regularly, but maybe it’d be good if we pay a little bit more attention to what we’re actually singing. The music isn’t the only component of a song.


Posted on February 5, 2012, in Random and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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