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If you made it up, you're a songwriter and this is your group!

Members: 501
Latest Activity: on Wednesday

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Normandy (It Could Have Been Me) 5 Replies

Started by Paul J Openshaw. Last reply by Paul J Openshaw on Wednesday.

Post Breakup Lament 2 Replies

Started by Tom Humphreys. Last reply by Tom Humphreys Jan 4.

Old Songwriter's Lament (or maybe even... sour grapes 7 Replies

Started by Lon Milo DuQuette. Last reply by Tom Humphreys Jan 3.

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Comment by Edward Sparks on December 21, 2014 at 7:51pm
I'm still here! Now that my CD is done I will have more time!
Comment by Jud Hair on December 21, 2014 at 7:41pm

Like most groups on Acoustic Guitar Online, only about 10-15% of those listed as members actually participate in discussions. 

Comment by Forrest Anderson on December 21, 2014 at 7:03pm

Hey Tom.

I'm not sure what the answer to your question is, but it sounds like a great topic for a song, or maybe a few songs.

Comment by Alan Edmunds on December 21, 2014 at 12:09pm

I Can't Imagine.mp3

Here's another one I wrote about my wife for her birthday last year.

As you can tell I don't have the "old song/current love" dilemma because my old love is my current love. I think it would be tough to continue to play/sing a love song written for someone who was no longer emotionally connected, unless it's about pining for someone's love or lost love or something like that.

Comment by Tom Humphreys on December 21, 2014 at 11:48am

Thanks! I like yours too. Great finger picking! I hope your wife appreciates it.

Comment by Alan Edmunds on December 21, 2014 at 11:44am

Hey Tom....cool song. Great groove to it and good guitar licks....

Yep, sometimes women just get stuck in our heads and no matter what we do, they're what's going on in our minds.

Comment by Tom Humphreys on December 21, 2014 at 11:36am

I'll take my own medicine. Howdy songcraftmeisters! Here's a song I wrote recently for a beautiful young woman I was wooing. Ironically, she found a song I posted on here to a prior love interest and that did not go well... So I'll just do it again. It actually brings up the issue: Lots of songs are love songs. Lots of love affairs don't last but the songs persist. Do songwriters often have difficulty with coexistence between old songs and current loves? I'd love to hear your thoughts on both the song and the predicament.    https://soundcloud.com/tomstuneage/youre-whats-going-on

Comment by Alan Edmunds on December 21, 2014 at 11:35am

Hands Together.mp3

Okay, Tom...I hear you. Here's my first song.

"Hands Together" is about my wife and I at our ocean-front cottage in Newfoundland.

I'm just learning to make home recordings.

Comment by Tom Humphreys on December 21, 2014 at 11:24am

It waxes and wanes Alan. Welcome. Best way to get it stirred up is to post a song!

Comment by Alan Edmunds on December 21, 2014 at 11:20am

I'm new to this group (member #501 by the look of it) but I've been a member of the Seagull group for about 2 years.

I see few and far between postings here....is the group still active?

 

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