Other than your brain, sometimes it’s good to have the following on hand in case a song comes to you in an instant which is sometimes the case with songs. Other times it takes a little longer but having these tools handy can help you from getting writer’s block and just being prepared for when that inspired moment happens is always a good idea.
1. A song book / Journal
Use a dedicated journal to write down your lyrical ideas. It’s great place to be able to look them up when you are ready to get creative and write a song.
2. Access to a Rhyming Dictionary or if you prefer going online rhymer.com is a good option.
This is every writer’s dream tool and has some fun combinations that can really help with songwriting. If you prefer books, a good old rhyming dictionary does the trick too.
3. A phone or Voice recorder
To record your ideas when you’re on the road and nowhere near your journal. Even if you never use it, it’s better to have it rather than to try remember how it went after the fact.
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As always, happy singing,