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|Posted: Sun Oct 20th, 2019 01:50 am||
I walk the yard an' think of you
An' all the heartache I put ya (you) through
My life of crime has brought me shame
Whatever happens, I know (that) I'm ta blame
A little hint, if you want to write Country lyrics people relate to:
Instead if ending a word in "ing", use " in' " instead, likewise "and" becomes " an' ". Simarly, 'going to' = (gonna) Have to or 'got to' = (gotta)
Whenever you can, delete 'that', as the word is usually dead weight - a few exceptions; use your gut feeling. Remember, especially when framing this kind of character, (pun INTENDED!), he generally won't speak the 'queen's english', nor will bar brawlers or cowboys.
Last edited on Sun Oct 20th, 2019 01:54 am by SongWriterJoe
"I'm not sure if my heart is in my music - or my music is in my heart!"