You have to connect your song scenes if you want a listener to follow what it is you’re trying to say. This can sometimes be harder than it sounds. Here are four easy steps to help you connect your song scenes.
The scenes of your song will be in your verses nine times out of ten. The chorus will be used for your big message, and while it can contain a scene, the action is usually in the verses.
Connect Song Scenes For A Unified Song
1 – Who needs to be in the scenes as the song unfolds?
In the bridge, imagine the scene. If you imagine the scene, it can help you keep the bridge to two lines and get a few surprising or unique lines.
What’s the speaker saying? Is it a revelation or a summary?
2 – Are the places where the scenes occur logical?
3 – What’s the worst that could happen if a scene were omitted?
4 – Play it on the screen in your head!
There’s nothing that will help you and your song connect with an audience more than to connect song scenes.