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Irwin Abrigo

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About Irwin Abrigo

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  • Birthday March 15

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    http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pagemusic.cfm?bandID=495672

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Georgetown,Guyana
  • Interests
    I know I am good at what I do. I have a lots of great song ideas. lots of finish and unfinished songs.

    I am here to make some friends

    Irwin

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  • Lyricist, Composer or Both?
    lyricist/Composer
  • Musical Influences?
    Otis Redding, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Anita Baker, Bobby Brown

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  1. There Is No Other Place Like Home

    Hi Chance. Thanks for telling me the way you write lyric, I do appreciate that. I'm glad to know you like the story to my lyric.
  2. It Hurts

    I can see what you are doing here Steve, are you getting a a melody too?
  3. It Hurts

    Thanks for comment and suggestions Kuya, I have rewritten the lyric so when you have the time kindly have a read and tell me what you feel. Irwin
  4. I Didn't Stay

    Yes the rhyming was well put together and over all for me this lyric is good. There isn't anything that I can find to critique. I like these four line of the second verse below: There was a time I worked in NashvilleWith the fortunate and few,Lucked into a staff positionAnd I judged a song or two,
  5. War song

    To me this lyric tells a story. I like the first verse the most. In times past we fought each other With weapons made of sticks and stones Then we turned our sticks into swords And changed our goals from towns to thrones Then tech for our fighting improved So the wars went from regional Cause we discovered explosives And then began to go global
  6. There Is No Other Place Like Home

    Came in second to last in the lyric contest. Made a little change in the line of the second verse. There Is No Other Place Like Home ©2018 Irwin Abrigo (Verse 1) She wrote a letter to her mommy and Daddy Telling them not to worry To her Brothers and sisters she said She’ll be coming home for sure (Pre Chorus) She hope they accept her don't ask her To go back where she was before (Chorus) All that she'd been through On the road, she thought she could had Made it on her own, now she knows There is no other place like home (Verse 2) Her sincere letter to her mommy and Daddy She confessed she'd hurt them both To her Brothers and sisters she wrote She know she'd hurt them also (Pre Chorus) Did bad and she'd argued it was her Who left and walked out the door (Chorus) All that she'd been through On the road, she thought she could had Made it on her own, now she knows There is no other place like home (Change) She said couldn't stand living down in the ghetto Too many boys and girls are filled with sorrows Children crying don’t know what will come tomorrow Walking bare feet coming do the road She said the guys out on the street they tried to involve me But I swear unto God I didn't sniff any cocaine I am myself that's what you'd always Taught her to be, I’m only seventeen (Chorus) All that she'd been through On the road, she thought she could had Made it on her own, now she knows There is no other place like home
  7. Can’t Keep A Good Man Down

    Hi Mick70, Thank you for fixing the grammatical errors. spanishbudd
  8. Can’t Keep A Good Man Down

    Hi Spanishbuddha, You've showed me has to which lines in my lyric that has to be corrected and I can also see them now. It is clear that I had made a few mistakes (typo) has you had pointed out in your reply. I already have some good ideas coming to be in my head that can be apply in the lyric so, I am going to step back and put in some more work into this lyric. I do appreciate the time you took to comment, advice and most of all to show me what line in my lyric works and don't. Irwin spanishbudd
  9. Begin at the end (revised 22/3)

    Okay, It is clear now.
  10. Can’t Keep A Good Man Down

    Looking for your critique in a honest brutally way. Can’t Keep A Good Man Down © Irwin Byron Abrigo (Intro) I’ve been down too long I had to be strong Or it wound have all been gone (All been gone) But now it’s all been solved They want me to be, what they want me to be They don’t me to be, what I want to be They want to try to keep me, off of my feet They don’t wanna sow thing, before they can reap Trying to keep me down They said I got to hold on I couldn’t sing a song (They were wrong) I know they were wrong They want me to do, what they want me to do They don’t me to do, what I want to do Yet they want me to believe what they said is true You got to be careful about the friends you choose Don’t let them keep you down You got to try to move on You got to move around (move around) Refuse to be held down Can’t keep a good, good man down Can’t keep a good, good man down Can’t keep him down Can’t keep a good man down They want me to do what me to do They don’t me to do what I want to do Yet they want to believe what they said is true You got to be careful about friends you choose Don’t let them keep you down You got to try to move on You got to move around (move around) Refuse to be held down I singing here I saw you standing there, looking at me I can see it in your eyes that you are surprise, of me (Intro) I’ve been down too long I had to be strong Or it wound have all been gone (All been gone) But now it’s all been solved
  11. Begin at the end (revised 22/3)

    Hi Nick70, You have presented your lyric here for us to read and for me it is somehow confusing from verse to verse. I am thinking that it was meant to be a nice story in your lyric but honest, I am not even getting the meaning of the title in relation with the rest of the lyrics and verses. For example: I wish you or someone explain what "Begin at the end" has to do with this verse below? since I seem to be the only one not to understand it. For the last four lines my question is, “begin” what at the end? At the start when you got married You were more one body than two But problems and time took their toll So now there’s cracking in the glue You both need to be a good friend So you can begin at the end Begin at the end Begin at the end Ye-ah begin at the end I am confused.
  12. Moving on

    I think this story you are tell in your lyric it is interesting and it relate to us has a people. Honestly I read the whole lyric and to me I like it. Than I read Barneyboy critique and that's when I realize their were a few lines with problems. Like he rightfully pointed out in the first line it was structured to make a rhyme, and it seem so to me now. I guess Barneyboy seen things that other's don't see, he has my respect for that. I still like the lyric and glad I had the chance to read and to comment on it. Irwin
  13. Critique Form

    I have to come in here too and vote for it Because I myself don't like hurting person's feeling and sometimes to give feedback I sometimes just don't know where to start.
  14. Awards

    I am so sorry My friend for this, meaning I posted the wrong song. So I had to change the title and make mention of it to you. (I also had to take down the lyric since it was for my other song with the other title). Please forgive me. But I still want to say thank you very much for giving your thoughts. Irwin
  15. Awards

    I kindly ask for your thoughts on my song.
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