Question by  hsweet (40)

What are good song meanings?

I want to perform a song that has deep substance.


Answer by  Dturk (132)

I would go for a classic: Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the wind". It is a captivating song that also has a deep meaning. It talks about freedom, war, and what it means to be a man. It can really get an audience engaged if you give it your all.


Answer by  songbird (10)

They are the ones that come from deep inside. When a song is written or sung from deep inside of you it conveys the true meaning of the song to others. Personal experiences work best for writing your own songs as often you can feel them deep inside you more than some one else's.


Answer by  belle39 (966)

If you want real substance instead of junk food lyrics, write songs about poverty in our nation, the lack of concern for the education of our children, domestic violence issues, faith in God during tough times and the loss of traditional family values. You can also write songs that deal with economic failures of banks and politicians' lies to peoople.


Answer by  Griffschen (44)

Find out what you're passionate about. If you love someone, find a song to match your feeling. If you feel strongly about an issue, sing about it. Substance will come when you sing something that matters to you. Don't sing something that has no emotion or meaning to you personally.

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