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Write an article to tell her and your readers why you think students should try rewriting song lyrics. Also, include some tips on rewriting lyrics to help students who want to enter the competition.

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Introduction

Writing task: You are the editor of the Music Club newsletter. Recently, you received a letter from a student complaining about the lyric rewriting competition your club is holding. She cannot think of any reasons why lyrics should be rewritten, and believes the whole thing is a waste of time. Write an article to tell her and your readers why you think students should try rewriting song lyrics. Also, include some tips on rewriting lyrics to help students who want to enter the competition. Write about 400 words. Explore your music talent - lyrics rewriting March - a busy but fruitful month to be! ...read more.

Middle

It is rational for students to have such concern as the competition is unprecedented; nevertheless, lyrics rewriting definitely has its existing value, and students should make an attempt to try. Most of the songs today are mostly about love relationships, or even meaningless; though the lyrics are realistic, some discharge negative idea and there were even news about girls getting depression after listening to these discouraging songs at the times they experienced breakups. It is in fact a pity that meaningful and encouraging songs in the 1960s and 70s, such as those composed and written by Sam Hui and Jim Wong, no longer appear. ...read more.

Conclusion

After reading the above paragraphs, are you amazed and fascinated by the fun of lyrics rewriting? Here are some small but useful tips when you wish to take part in the competition: 1. If you have no idea what can the theme be, you may think about some daily trivia that may provide you with insights. 2. The lyrics do not necessary need to give profound lesson, but sensible and comfortable phrases should be prioritized. 3. If possible, rhythm scheme can be included so as to make the some more easy to be sang and remembered. Don't miss the chance and looking forward to receiving your praiseworthy compositions soon! ...read more.

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