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lyrics needed...what are yours? Must be original... about anything.

  1. Kathryn L Hill profile image79
    Kathryn L Hillposted 5 years ago

    Lyrics indicate rhythm, and are adapted from poetry, They usually are 8 lines of verse, and then some for the chorus. Most people are afraid to make trite words. That's okay. Ill start:

    Its winter and yet, I think of spring...
    A gentle tune floats within.
    It flows through me and why contain it?
    I feel what is, and I don't try to stop it.
    This tune I feel, flows on through,
    And I will not stop it from flowing to you.
    For its yours and mine, yet no one's at all...
    Its yours and mine, it's here for all.

    As gentle as a butterfly wing
    As gentle as a cloud in the wind.
    etc...
    Didn't you scribble down a poem or two somewhere?

  2. Kathryn L Hill profile image79
    Kathryn L Hillposted 5 years ago

    On an envelope:
    Sport Shoes
    I don't know where, My Nikes are.
    Could they be in the closet. Or out in the car?
    Where are those Nikes, With their silk tie-up laces.
    And diamond studs, Which take me places?
    My Nike shoes, Yes, they take me far...
    While I build lean legs, And the buns of a star!
    Silver trimmed shoes, I need 'em for that walk...
    (Which my poodles demand, As though they could talk.)

    Chorus:
    Wonderful Nikes, Oh, Where can you be,
    Take me out, for the world to see...

    In my jogging suit, That I wear for my jog
    (Which I can afford, 'Cause Ive got a job.)
    So, when you see me, On the street,
    In my Nikes, Lookin' sweet.
    Resist the urge, To honk at me...
    In my Nikes, Runnin' Free.
    Please don't hate me, I've paid my dues...
    And I finally found my really expensive, top dollar, Nike sport/tennis shoes!
    Chorus. Break, lead guitar solo, etc.

    1. Jason Nicholss profile image60
      Jason Nicholssposted 5 years ago

      Wonderful Nikes, Oh, Where can you be,
      Take me out, for the world to see...

      My Nikes, My Nikes where have you been?
      Hiding in Shoe rack or Under bed In between?
      My Nikes, My Nikes I cant find you
      But I did find a pair of shoes brought new
      I remember the day I brought you Nikes..
      Seeing the Price my heart went Yikes!
      Please come out my hiding Nikes
      Or I will tear you will sharp Spikes

      Wonderful Nikes, Oh, Where can you be,
      Take me out, for the world to see...

      1. Kathryn L Hill profile image79
        Kathryn L Hillposted 5 years agoin reply to this

        There you go, musicians... three verses for FREE.

        1. Jason Nicholss profile image60
          Jason Nicholssposted 5 years agoin reply to this

          lol That was just something I cooked up quickly to rhyme with your shoes poem above. See, In my verse some things don't rhyme or don't make sense. neutral  I know. But yea thanks for bringing the poet out from me. And why you need lyrics?

          1. Kathryn L Hill profile image79
            Kathryn L Hillposted 5 years agoin reply to this

            - just for fun.
            I loved yours.  Actually yours could be the chorus... rapped by guys... and mine could sung by female singer.  I'm sure it will show up on You Tube...
            Right?

     
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