Lyrics

Words have been my life and meaningful words sewn together by chords implying a deep meaning expressed through harmonic frequencies, simply put, ‘song’ is my soul.

When I listen to a song, what captures me is the story of the song. Yes, I am a ‘lyrics person’. Are you one?

I have had so many debates with fellow music/song lovers, who claim melody is the soul of music. I call them them the ‘melody people’. I think everyone has their perspective. I have mine, which always and forever zeros down to ‘lyrics’.

To melody people out there, this is what I have to say!

From the movie ‘Music and Lyrics’…

Alex Fletcher : It doesn’t have to be perfect. Just spit it out. They’re just lyrics.

Sophie Fisher : “Just lyrics”?

Alex Fletcher : Lyrics are important. They’re just not as important as melody.

Sophie Fisher : I really don’t think you get it.

Alex Fletcher : Oh. You look angry. Click your pen.

Sophie Fisher : A melody is like seeing someone for the first time. The physical attraction. Sex.

Alex Fletcher : I so get that.

Sophie Fisher : But then, as you get to know the person, that’s the lyrics. Their story. Who they are underneath. It’s the combination of the two that makes it magical.

Beautiful ain’t ?

Year 2012 – A moment captured from Masala Chai workouts. MFL-ABG’s first music band. So much love to these amazing peeps.

4 thoughts on “Lyrics

  1. Oh when it comes to songs, I am definitely a lyrics person. For me too the melody is the body, which hits you first, and the lyrics are the soul of the song, which connect to a part of your own!

  2. This is a very nice piece. I also feel the lyrics carry the most important message of a song, but for some people, it can be somewhat difficult to comprehend; so, they tend to draw to the melody, which appeals to them more.

    I feel they work hand in hand though, as a very good melody can make the lyrics more comprehensive, so, I’ll sit on the fence on this one🙂.

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