Jan 25, 2009

song writer's block

I'm struggling to write the chorus to my song that I started working on 2 weeks back, then I thought, well why not find a title first? The problem there's no word strong enough to carry it (yea obsessive perfection I know) and well the inspiration was way back when I was on my "cooling off period". Now that things are hot again in the love department the feelings are stuck in the chest.

Not that I am complaining!!! I'll figure out some other alternative on getting inspired. Some parts of my soul is in this song! I just can't Webster-Merriem the title into existence. I wish I could. Ya Allah send me a muse. INSPIRE ME!!

I've been tossing and turning, the song is due by 2nd February, it's still in shambles and I've been at it ever since I said I was going to settle it. Don't get me wrong I have the passion and the drive but why is it taking such a long time to come to me?!

I think I just need some zen peace. Those kind of meditative states can really do wonders for a person. Especially those people like MOI who's in the *I'M STUCK* category. I was telling my friend it's like an orgasm that has been waiting for neons to come out. I know it sounds crude, but it's here in my heart now waiting to explode to a song. I can seriously feel it. Or I could just be delusional and that actually it's just gas.

Whstever it is, I need some kind of break.. a mental break. My poor mind is going through so much and wasting so much brain fuel it's not even funny. I guess it's the focus that I lack, I'm like this person who always jumps to the next best thing and end up not finishing what I started.

Not that I don't intend to finish it, I just am lacking the know how. Probably I need to hang around finishers to get the idea of a finished product. I need support and people to kick my butt when I'm like this. lol

Self-discipline would also work in times like this.

Do the declared.

Help........... *cries*

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