How to make Christmas songs?
By the end of 2017, I think there were some good Christmas songs out there.
But as we’ve seen, the people who are making them don’t really have a great understanding of what the songs mean, or what makes a song great.
In the words of a friend who was making a movie that she was going to make for Christmas, “I just don’t know what I’m supposed to say.”
In other words, if you’re making a Christmas song, it’s probably a lot harder than you think.
This is a huge problem for those who write, record, and perform Christmas songs.
I’m sure it sounds like a lot, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say it’s not a lot.
Even when it comes to a song about a big tree or a big story, the lyrics tend to be very simplistic.
“I just want to go down to the river and sing to Santa Claus and tell him how I love him” is not a good song to write about, even if it’s about a tree.
But this isn’t just an issue for songwriters.
A songwriter in the late 1800s or early 1900s could make a great Christmas song if they wrote it well.
The same can be said for musicians who were writing music that was written for a living.
In the early days of music, songs were written by musicians who knew how to play instruments, and they were paid a good wage to play them.
So, a musician could make good music in the 1800s, and the composer could also make good money writing songs.
What about today?
Well, it may be time for more singers, more composers, and more musicians to take on the responsibility of writing Christmas songs and making them great.