My First Song

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THIS PICTURE IS TAKEN AT OUR CAMP IN 2017.

The other day I was thinking and for some reason I got the motivation to write my first song. I thought how hard could it be—right? Harder than I imagined. Then the thought hit me if you can write a poem first then all you have to do is add some minor changes. I mean I already write poetry sometimes but it was coming up with the words for the poem and the song that was the hardest.

How do the singer/songwriters do it. Must be really talented. The other day on CMT(Country Music Television) they were interviewing Toby Keith about one of his songs. The song they were talking about was “Should’ve Been A Cowboy”. This song was written in about 20 minutes. If you want to see the story behind this song you do that by going clicking HERE . The funny part well at least I thought it was funny was they said the song was written in the bathroom.  

On to my song. My song took longer than 20 minutes that’s for sure. It probably took around 3 or 4 days. I will put the poem first then the song. Then you can compare the differences in the poem and the song. I hope you like it. Also, I want you to tell me what you think of my song and poem.  ENJOY!!😺😺😺😺😺😺😺

Poem And Song By: Crystal Stewart

Written in: September 2018

A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY ANIMAL SERENADE POEM

When the leaves are turning color and falling from the trees, they make a beautiful multicolored carpet over the hard trodden ground. They make the perfect backdrop and stage for all of the country animals to perform their Beautiful Country Animal Serenade for all to enjoy.

When you live out in the country and near the woods, you never know what kind of animals you will see and hear. In fact, most people when they hear an animal in the country they think of them as noisy when in reality they are just practicing to play and sing a beautiful country animal serenade.

So when the country animals come together with their instruments and talents and the Bald Eagle sits atop of a tree, it is then you know the Bald Eagle and the country animals are getting ready to sing and play a beautiful country animal Serenade.

A BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY ANIMAL SERENADE SONG

Spoken Part: When the leaves are turning color and falling from the trees, they make a beautiful multicolored carpet over the hard trodden ground. They make the perfect backdrop and stage for all the country animals to perform their Beautiful Country Animal Serenade for all to enjoy.

Verse 1: When you live out in the cou-n-try and near the woods, you  ne-v-er know what kind of an-i-mals you will see or hear. In fact, most peo-ple when they hear an ani-mal in the cou-n-try they think of them as no-isy when in rea-lity they are just prac-ti-cing to play a beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade.

Chorus: A beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade, a beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade, a beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade is what makes liv-ing in the cou-n-try so ea-sy to  do, a beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade.

Verse 2: So when the cou-n-try an-i-mals come to-geth-er with their in-stru-ments and tal-e-nts and the Bald Eagle sits a-top  of a tree, it is then you know that the Bald Eagle and the cou-n-try an-i-mals are get-t-ing rea-dy to sing and play a beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade.

Chorus: A beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade, a beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade, a beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade is what makes liv-ing in the cou-n-try so ea-sy to do, a beau-ti-ful cou-n-try an-i-mal ser-e-nade.

THIS PICTURE IS TAKEN AT OUR CAMP IN 2017.

 

 

 

 

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