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Ever wonder how to outline your lyrics and write about something meaningful to you in a way that other people get it? The LyricMastery Podcast is all about helping you look BEYOND lyric structure and form AND focus on what's important: your lyric's MESSAGE and how to deliver it........ I believe songs have the power to change lives. So give your lyrics the power to make an impact. In this podcast, you get amazing tools on how to craft, write, and revise your lyrics without hitting writer's block ever again. Hit subscribe and get ready to get to another level! [[Former: Stories in Songs - Writing the Lyrics Podcast]]

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Ever wonder how to outline your lyrics and write about something meaningful to you in a way that other people get it? The LyricMastery Podcast is all about helping you look BEYOND lyric structure and form AND focus on what's important: your lyric's MESSAGE and how to deliver it........ I believe songs have the power to change lives. So give your lyrics the power to make an impact. In this podcast, you get amazing tools on how to craft, write, and revise your lyrics without hitting writer's block ever again. Hit subscribe and get ready to get to another level! [[Former: Stories in Songs - Writing the Lyrics Podcast]]

    #52 - Lewis Capaldi - The Needless Struggle of a Successful Music Artist

    #52 - Lewis Capaldi - The Needless Struggle of a Successful Music Artist

    So, I recently dived into Netflix's documentary about Lewis Capaldi, titled "Lewis Capaldi: How I'm Feeling Now," and let me tell you, it was a rollercoaster of emotions - inspiring and tear-jerking in equal measure.

    >>> Download a Songwriter's Roadmap to Narrative Songwriting >> lyricmastery.com/21steps

    And in this episode, we talk about Lewis Capaldi’s struggle and the pressure of writing an encore to his debut album, "Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent." And how he could have overcome that terrible inner voice saying, “I’m shite at writing lyrics,” or the imposter syndrome that came with it.
    So if you’re curious to find out how writing lyrics can become easier without all the overwhelm, keep listening.
    [00:01:20] Lewis Capaldi - The Rise and Fall of a music artist[00:05:02] Lewis Capaldi - Origin Story[00:07:48] The Importance of Storytelling in Songwriting:[00:11:14]  The ART of writing lyrics[00:12:16]  What is Narrative Songwriting?

    Show Notes
    lyricmastery.com/21stepsLewis Capaldi on Netflix: “Lewis Capaldi - How I’m Feeling Now”


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    • 19 Min.
    #51 - How to Write a Viral Song

    #51 - How to Write a Viral Song

    How many of you have a message for the world, but you need help finding your voice or your audience?
    Close your eyes. Take a deep breath.
    I want you to imagine millions of people listening to your song.
    I want you to imagine thousands of people knocking your door down wanting to know when you come to their city to play them the song live because that song is so valuable to them.
    You can open your eyes.
    And I will tell you this.
    This doesn't have to be limited to your imagination. 
    This is what happens when you go viral.
    And I'm going to tell you exactly how you can achieve it.
    So pay close attention to this episode of the Lyric Mastery Podcast because it will help you find your voice and show you how to make your song go viral.

    Episode Overview:
    What does it mean to go viral?Writing A Viral SongFor whom are you writing this song?Storytelling in SongwritingMake it ExcitingDistribution: How to get your song out there.Have a TastemakerNo Social Media Tastemaker? Don't worry.

    Links mentioned in this episode:
    Free Training: How to Write a Catchy Song that means somethingFOREVER FREE PLAN: Email Newsletter and Marketing Platform: Systeme.ioWrite Attention-grabbing Opening Lines: A Song's First LineFlowers lyrics © Concord Music Publishing LLC, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, IncI Will Survive lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Groupbad guy lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing GroupSupport the showWould you like to join our FREE 3-hour Masterclass on ...
    The #1 Secret of Writing Timeless Hit Song Lyrics, and How You Can Do It, too.
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    • 40 Min.
    #49 - Overcoming what's holding you back & reaching your goals.

    #49 - Overcoming what's holding you back & reaching your goals.

    When you feel stuck in your songwriting, or in life in general, I’d like to share with you the approach that helped me.
    So if you feel stuck sometimes… maybe this helps.





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    • 11 Min.
    #48 - The Ultimate Dilemma for the Song’s Main Character – Waypoint #3: The Crisis

    #48 - The Ultimate Dilemma for the Song’s Main Character – Waypoint #3: The Crisis

    In today’s episode, we’re gonna explore what it looks when we write about facing a crisis.
    We’ve all been in a dilemma in our life, right?
    It’s when no matter what we choose, there’s always something to lose, but also something to gain.
    But it’s normal if we fear the loss more than having the potential to gain something.
    Being in a dilemma, there’s just so much uncertainty attached it.
    And we might fear making a choice at all.
    So when we write lyrics about a dilemma, we can actually provide guidance to our audience … whenever they face a similar crisis.
    And in this episode, you will find out how you can write lyrics about a person’s dilemma.
    What it takes to truly create a hard choice for your song’s main character and I’ll also show you all the options of where you can place that crossroad moment in your lyrics’ narrative.
    And as a lyric example, we’ll look at Gloria Gaynor’s song: “I Will Survive” because there’s so much to take away from the way those lyrics were written.
    Sound good?
    Awesome, then let’s get started!

    What's the episode about?
    [00:01:45] Overview: Waypoints Inciting Incident, Turning Point, Crisis[00:04:29] Crisis[00:06:41] Real Choice[00:07:42] Meaningful Stakes[00:08:59] Best Bad Choice[00:10:08] Irreconcilable goods  

    Show Notes:
    Powerful Lyrics Masterclass: https://www.writingthelyrics.com/plm-masterclassThrowing Someone’s Life Out Of Balance – Waypoint #1: The Inciting Incident – https://storiesinsongs.com/podcast/episode-044/Writing A Turning Point Moment in Lyrics – Waypoint #2: The Turning Point Progressive Complication – https://storiesinsongs.com/podcast/episode-046/“Lose Yourself” by EminemIf I Let You Go lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing GroupWarning lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, IncI’m a Believer lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing GroupSupport the showWould you like to join our FREE 3-hour Masterclass on ...
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    • 19 Min.
    #47 - How to combine every part of the lyrics so that it contributes to one central meaning?

    #47 - How to combine every part of the lyrics so that it contributes to one central meaning?

    Today, I wanna answer a question that I got recently asked in my Facebook Group.

    It’s from Hudson.

    And he asked:

    How can I combine every part of the song so that it contributes to one central meaning of the lyrics?

    That’s an awesome question, and let’s talk about it right now.


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    • 11 Min.
    #46 - Writing A Turning Point Moment in Lyrics – Waypoint #2: The Turning Point Progressive Complication

    #46 - Writing A Turning Point Moment in Lyrics – Waypoint #2: The Turning Point Progressive Complication

    If you’re like me, you have something valuable to share.

    Something that matters.

    And that we know that can help someone who will listen to our song. 

    And to get our message across in a way that bypasses a listener's critical mind, we have to wrap what we have to say into an experience.

    And we create that experience through the journey we send our song’s main character on.

    So that’s why we talk about the waypoints of that journey.

    So that we can create that experience that leads someone from their mess to a better place.

    And today, we will talk about the second waypoint on that journey.

    Today, we’ll make it even worse for our song’s main character.

    Because that’s life, right?

    It has to get worse first before it can get better.

    So let’s get right to it.


    [00:01:13] Overview[00:05:56] Progressive Complications[00:10:03] Creating Progressive Complications[00:11:32] Turning Point[00:12:41] Turning Point Categories

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    • 15 Min.

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