Question Posted Wednesday January 4 2006, 12:57 am
Hi. I like this girl a lot and i was thinkin of writing her a poem or song but i cant play any music for it since i play the drums not the guitar. I'm having trouble writing the poem. Any ideas on what i can do?
ShYbl0nD3 answered Wednesday January 4 2006, 3:03 am: with the poem just write down how you feel about her and then start putting it together with how you think it sounds good. thats how i usually write my songs/poems.
im not sure how you could do the music with it but maybe like learn 3 chords on the guitar and make it into something or just sing it or somehthing. what ever you do i'm sure she'll love it :)
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Askme247 answered Wednesday January 4 2006, 2:11 am: AWW!! Your a really sweet person and i think that you should right her a poem ... i mena not all poems have to rhym but when you get the 1st line down i think you will have no problem
You could burn her a cd that has some sweet songs on it
But i mean if your poem is not the best i sill think that the girl will still like it because it came from your heart and it really will show her that you like her
icey0990 answered Wednesday January 4 2006, 2:07 am: thats sooo sweeeet! awww!
ok just write what you feel or whatever..and if you cant turn it into a poem or song..then just list lines of sweet stuff or something..make it unique..make it your own
thats adorable she will love it!!!!!!!! [ icey0990's advice column | Ask icey0990 A Question ]
H0LDM3CL0S3 answered Wednesday January 4 2006, 1:37 am: aww that is sooo sweet!! if you cant write her a song then thats okay, just make a poem that is kinda ment to be a song. when you make the poem think of the reasons why you like her so much and the things that you have in common and why you should be together. stuff like that.
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