Down on Emotion

Composer
Year of composition
2002
Lyricist
none
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Duration
3 minutes
Genre
Rock and Pop Music
Instrumental parts
Not available
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One of my summer songs, here is one of the verse I wrote down with it:

Everything comes down on emotion,
Eruptions of love like an earth volcano;
All our being and all our notion,
They move into circles too and fro.
In the book 'The Beatles Complete Scores' which is fast becoming the de facto standard,
especially in popular writing, the leading voice line is always at the top staff and the drum
part always at the bottom, everything else is in between. For example the song 'Yesterday'
goes like this, from top to bottom: Vocal/Guitar/Others/Bass/Drums, in most recent scores
I try to follow these standard procedures.

I try to have the instrument names 'General MIDI sound set' and drums follow the 'General MIDI percussion map'

Yours truly, (click on my name) Peter S. Quinn

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