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Billie Kay - I have heard of "Masterwriter".  From what I've read about it (and some of the screen shots I've seen of it), it appears to be very comprehensive software for songwriters. If it's affordable to you, it would no doubt be a good investment.  However, it IS pretty pricey, at least from what I've seen. I saw it one place listed for around $500, if I remember correctly.  It seems to me that there is a "trial" version available for download, with limited abilities. But most of the trial versions of software are usually good enough to give the user a good idea of how the software works and what the "full" version offers. Some trial versions of software either don't allow you to save anything, some don't offer all capabilities, etc, and then some even come with a trial period of usually 30 days or so. Hope this helps!!! 
Carl B
.Posted in Lyric Writing Game
I thought to give Dale's collaboration idea another try with a stipulation attached to it.  Let's try to create a lyric  using Verse, Chorus, Verse, Chorus, Bridge, Chorus structure.Each person creates a single line. If you notice a particular rhyming pattern, try and maintain it. Let's say each verse will be 8 lines? Chorus the same. Once the 8th line is complete on the verse, the next person starts the chorus. Once the chorus is complete we only have a verse and a bridge to go, but whoever starts up the second verse should copy n past the chorus already written when adding a new verse line to the lyric. The same would follow suit after the bridge. Labeling each section might help to alleviate any confusion.Bridge. Hmmm   Four lines? No more.     Shall we play a game.  Come on. Try it out. Each time you add a line, cut n paste the line above yours to continue the lyric. I'm going to start things up here but if you want to add a thought, comment or suggestion  please feel free to chime in. Verse One Walked out the door
Gerald Wiebe
.Posted in Lyric Writing Game
 Writing songs is the most fun you can have with your clothes on....imagine doing it naked Verse One  Walked out the doorJust in time to see  
Carl B
.Posted in Lyric Writing Game
Verse OneWalked out the doorJust in time to seeAn eight foot Sasquatch                                                                                                                                                                                                    
Gerald Wiebe
.Posted in Lyric Writing Game
So its that kind of song...lol Verse One Walked out the door Just in time to see An eight foot Sasquatch Steal my SUV