Hey! I wrote and copyrighted a new song called "The Beast."
I would love ANY feedback (as long as it isn't rude).
I need to get an understanding of how people will view the song for what it is, and the best way I can do that is to show the lyrics ONLY. (That way no one will be focused on just the sound.) Then I can post how it will sound! :D
Thanks in advance! :)
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:D Thank you!
Okay, to copyright is actually pretty easy. First, you need to make sure that you didn't accidentally copy anyone else. But usually, that's not a problem when you write your own stuff. Then, you can use a site like this http://myows.com/ to copyright for free. However, when you write something original, it is yours by domain, so you can legally put a copyright sign to anything you create on your own.
OR you could go to the US Copyright board and register it for a $35 fee...
Thanks so much!!!
:D Of course! :)
This is great keep it up
Thank you so much @helter-skelter12345 ! :D
I cant post my work cause its "Inappriote xD"
wow XD well there you go
Its not bad. you use a lot of repetitive lyrics try not to do that so much unless it is in the cores and add more rhymes to it other than that good job.
It's kind of an abstract song. It's a ballad. So the repetitive parts ARE in the cores, and that would be why I don't rhyme so often. If this were a rap, though, I would've been more on point with the rhyme scheme. :) Thanks!