Find hypnotic words
Change, invent and adapt words
The art of songwriting includes the art of methodically changing and inventing words for both aesthetic and communicative purposes. One thing you should consider doing when writing songs or in conversations with others is shaping or shaping the words to suit your own purposes. Because the English language, like many other languages, grew thanks to the contribution of invented and (through translation) adapted words, it is not limited by an “adequate” use of “specific” words. All you need to communicate a lyrical message is the use of root words. For example, when the time signature of a song does not allow an additional syllable or limits you to a certain number of syllables, what you should do is try to alter the word, so that the root word is preserved as in turn that transforms spin. Or base a “new” word on the root word and use it as a substitute for in a hurry becomes to run gold careers in the same vein and context even if it is “grammatically” incorrect.
This is a very important linguistic approach as it provides us with numerous ways in which we can structure and design words and letters to give our listeners carefully crafted messages with which to associate their own memories, whether pleasant or unpleasant. In effect, what we can achieve is a fusion in the mind of a listener with his specific memories and our music. But the trick is to find the right words to communicate to them in order to invoke those memories.
Google Trends and AdWords for Composers
Here’s another set of tools to help you find the right words. It is a keyword search tool like the one used by many online marketers and website designers to drive traffic to any location in cyberspace. An example of this tool is Google Keywords. Along with a dictionary, thesaurus, idiom dictionary, and word derivation book, Google Keywords allows you to search for words or phrases that people around the world search on Google. It’s easy to use and really all you have to do is type in a keyword or phrase and the results you receive indicate how popular your keywords or phrases are relative to similar words and phrases. The results also display a world map that tells you where in the world the word or phrase is most searched. There are many more features available to you when you use this tool, but this is essentially how it works.
This is such a powerful tool because popularity or lack of interest in a particular keyword or phrase gives you a kind of snapshot of your neighbor’s deepest thought processes and interests. The real power behind this tool and why it will add power to your lyrics is that it can tailor your message to people already online looking for information, products, services, and other content related to the keywords and phrases you’ve researched. . With this information alone, you can easily capture small amounts of attention or increased attention from targeted traffic to your song or music website simply by using the correct words in the lyrics, song title, or song description.
Google Trends is a similar tool to Google AdWords, except that the results for keywords or topics are ranked graphically in terms of their popularity, but not with the number of searches. Below you can see a graph that compares popularity trends for the words “money, love, war, freedom, and sex.” As you can see, “free” and “sex” are extremely popular terms around the world, even more so than “money” and “love.”
Many writers already use these 3 techniques (word alteration, change and adaptation, Google AdWords and Google Trends) for different purposes, but to achieve the same result. In almost all cases, all writers seek to generate attention and elicit responses from readers. These are not the only tools you should use, but they are very powerful tools that give you an edge over other writers and artists because you can consistently and scientifically attract relevant online traffic, traffic that already exists for your message. Even if your message is slightly off a most searched word or phrase, you can easily skew your original word, phrase or subject towards the most searched results.
Having the right words and the ability to use them effectively in composing your songs is a professional trait that places you in a similar league to seasoned marketers, marketers, and songwriters.
A sample list of hypnotic words
The following list is a sample of a series of words (denoting actions, descriptions, objects, emotional states, people, body organs, directions, and more) that have been found to possess tremendous value in life, mind, and language. of humanity. These words contain part of the key to the hypnotic power of a communication. All of these hypnotic words can be used in your composition in the following ways: in combination or in groups to create various phrases and sentences, as strategically placed embedded commands throughout your lyrics, as individual themes for a song theme, or as words key on your lyrical hooks.
I share them with you so that you become familiar with some of the words that are used against you in life and business to provoke emotional reactions. As you read this list, try to think of songs, book titles, talking points, and interests that you are familiar with or are involved in and how these words serve as part of the verbal component of these things.
You, yours, unlimited, last, reliable, surprising, thank you, stop, sensational, secret, take, realize, love, luxurious, imagine, exciting, connection, attractive, finally, because, emergency, comfortable, future, expensive, moon, complete, deserve, energy, heal, help, amazing, stars, dirt, irresistible, last chance, bed, power, blood, animal, promise, have, refreshing, normal, night, take, come, waste, door, time , relax, eat, problem, satisfaction, keep, stay, calm, taste, rich, betray, lose, confusion, hands, elegant, right, wall, kiss, drink, all, courage, god, never, amazing, mouth, imagine , obey, possession, games, hair, hope, sun, attention, wet, steal, machine, action, goodbye, need, gold, fire, move, sound, change, happy, remarkable, hide, hot, parents, create, different , doll, explode, ugly, escape, survive, judge, return, hold, day, agree, always, admire, pleasure, please vor, hate, cry, perfect, new, asleep, now, money, water, magic, intimate, anger, important, waiting, thi nk, protect, arms, boring, work, wrong, fun, easy, forget, remember, help , idea, amazing, sea, tears, drugs, look, finally, touch, cigarette, doubt, available, be ____, beautiful, better, easy, scared, fantastic, write, lies, influence, free, clouds, shadow, worry , beg, revenge, magic, accept, smoke, flower, home, danger, alone, opportunity, benefit, quick, eyes, receive, try, correct, reveal, want, faith, toy, special, mirror, no, children, destroy , faster, cold, air, dead, invisible, apart, silence, men, women, strong, body, force, people, sad, cruel, nothing, feel, act, pain, speak, believe, play.