|Reviews for A Familiar Tune|
| MyNameIsDave 12/18/12 . chapter 14
This looks really good. I just need to listen to it. Need. Hear the full potency of the lyrics.
Keep it up,
| MyNameIsDave 12/12/12 . chapter 12
This is phenomenal stuff. Had to go and listen too. By far, this was my favorite piece out of this collection. You have a great talent; never give up on it. Man, I can't even compete. You make me want to stop writing all together and just listen to this instead. Hahah.
Keep it up; I'll keep listening.
| Nicholas Welker 3/23/12 . chapter 1
Well now. This would do good as a poem, but I don't know about a song. I just couldn't really feel and rhythm in it; I just felt random.
| The Folk Extraction 1/22/12 . chapter 3
You are a good and thoughtful writer. I think it would be easier to read if you put a few breaks in here and there, but that's totally up to you. So far I've enjoyed all of these and I will continue to read more when I have the chance.
| recycle rhymes 11/16/11 . chapter 1
I like the rhythm of this, especially the line "bleary-eyed and go-to-guy" also the internal rhyme makes it sound upbeat.
| Timepieces 11/12/11 . chapter 9
Firstly, I absolutely love how you express yourself so fluently through your words. I think this is one of the most beautiful things I have ever read.
The only thing that I noticed while reading, was the off rhymes. Some sections followed a different rhyming pattern than others, and it made it a bit difficult find the flow of the song.
Overall though, I love it. Your adjectives are brilliant, and your phrases are artistic but real.
| The Folk Extraction 4/25/11 . chapter 1
It reads more like a poem because it doesn't have a chorus or anything, but I can see how this would make a great song too. I really love the repeated line 'brings to mind all the horrors of troubled lives' it's so haunting, and the imgery in the whole thing is really well done. I like this one a lot.