song writing 2-2

song writing 2-2 - Jonathan Retta February 1, 2009 MUSC 100...

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Jonathan Retta February 1, 2009 MUSC 100 p.56 “Grandma’s house”- antique, fragile, old, warm, cozy, friendly, loving, smelly, good food, delicate “High School Prom”- slow dance, punch, limousine, corsage, tuxedo, nice dress, music, lights, romantic, special “Daddy’s Old Chevrolet”- antique, old, rusty, dirty, load, smoky, powerful, priceless, reliable, strong “Sunday Picnic”- sunny, sundress, iced tea, barbeque, lemonade, family, laughter, games, Church, good times. “Christmas Back Home”- snow, tree, lights, cookies, turkey, family, love, holy, Santa, toys, relaxing “The Midnight Train”- cold, windy, fast, last call, moving on, leaving, forgiveness, letting go, hobos, jump “Dancing All Night”- sore, fun, laughter, love, music, drinking, vibrant, exciting, electrifying, groove “Louisiana Saturday Night”- crawfish, moonshine, football, family, moonlight, mardi gras, bagged wine, country, good times, happy “Halfway to Mexico”- passport, cigars, drinking, illegal, run away, felon, letting go, adios,
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