One of Benjamin Hastings’ Favorite Songwriting Tricks for Writing Powerful Lyrics

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  • Josh Kluge

 

 

Do you want to write better songs?

 

Today Benjamin Hastings shares one of his favorite songwriting tricks.

It’s a technique that will bring your lyrics to life & hook everyone that hears them.

It’s incredibly simple and super effective.

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