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4 Types Of Songs

After awhile the girl who writes every song about a failed relationship has to start asking herself that maybe she is the one with the problem.

There are four types of songs you will hear regardless of what type of music you listen to.
1. The song about love.
The artist is either complaining about a lost love or trying to find love.
Also known as every Taylor Swift song.
2. The song about sex.
The artist is just using music to try to get into someone’s pants.
Also known as every rap song.
3. The song that says how great the artist is.
I get it.
You’re richer than I am.
But you are onto your seventh album by now, don’t you have anything else to talk about?
Also known as the imitation of Frank Sinatra’s “My Way”
4. The song that the artist wrote instead of going to therapy.
Sure the artist will claim none of it is really them.
Just creative license.
That’s all.
Minus the very specific details included in the song.

Apparently there are a lot of ways to express only a few ideas.
Damn music and it’s catchy beat.

After awhile the girl who writes every song about a failed relationship has to start asking herself that maybe she is the one with the problem.

After awhile the girl who writes every song about a failed relationship has to start asking herself that maybe she is the one with the problem.

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About Theodore Ficklestein (34 Articles)
Theodore Ficklestein is a blogger, author and writer whose blog post you may have just read. He has written three poetry books and has a upcoming novel being released in 2017. You support his work by becoming a patron on his Patreon page.

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