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Re: Random sentences

Post by Zyx » Mon Sep 24, 2018 20:47

For once, the spambot posted in the right forum and was on topic.
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Re: Random sentences

Post by eMTe » Sat Sep 29, 2018 0:58

Phew, I manage it every time. Well, with 90% accuracy maybe, but it's still MUCH more than once.
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Re: Random sentences

Post by eMTe » Sun Sep 22, 2019 1:15

I need help.

I have this country/folk/blues lyrics going around my head from the previous trip to UK, but I can't work them out.

The only stable elements are that the story takes place in Porthmadog Bay (there's no Porthmadog Bay afaik), and lyrics should go along below lines:

and when you're lonely/afraid/ sth sth nothing's going your way
take your friend/car/friend and car/head to Porthmadog Bay

So I am stuck with this unoriginal, but somehow fashionable lyrical idea, but can't get it working. I don't know who's heading to the Bay, why and how it will end. It just sounds nice.

The bigger problem is, now I need to add Malahide as a second part of the song structure. Malahide with its empty beaches and relations to U2 members quickly relates to "hide", but it's, well, blatant.

And even bigger problem is, if it's going to be the proper song, imo, it should have three verses. Chorus is not required, it's not a pop song.

So the big task is, now, to incorporate you, guys, into creation of the song. My demand is humble. The main theme of the first verse of the song remains unchanged. The imaginary setting of Porthmadog Bay remains. The - not so imaginary - setting of the second verse in Malahide beach - remains open to your imagination.

The third verse remains completely open. Suggested setting is Pr

Are you up to this-lowly-CWF-related task, but somehow interested? I'm creator of just 1/3 of the song.
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Re: Random sentences

Post by eMTe » Thu Oct 03, 2019 0:17

the train keeps running, but they always add extra stations both north and south
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