The Structure of Songwritting & Lyrics

The Structure of Songwriting & Lyrics

Every creative angle has its value within music & composition. Every creative spark has its movement within dance & exposition. As a artist, writing a song is a simple piece that contributes within the style of music. As you work on your first pieces, you have to construct a song that connects toward your audience.

Within this post, I explain the structures of a song:

Verse:

Definition: The verse is a repeated section of a song that has different story plots when building a song. It’s a set of lyrics when building different sections of the songs through the building blocks upon pieces.

Chorus:

Definition: Chorus is the repetition that is a rhythmic movement within the song. It’s the catchy tune that hooks people upon the music between verses.

Bridge:

Definition: A bridge is known as a building block when constructing the song within the composition. Some areas would include the chorus, fast or slow tempo, key changes, melody and harmony structures.

Foundation of a song

Verse (Story)

Chorus (Repetition)

Verse (Story)

Chorus (Repetition)

Verse (Story)

Chorus (Repetition)