Diana Williamson

Diana Williamson

Title: Songwriter, Music Supervisor
Genres: Dance, R&B, Pop
Status: Taking submissions
Song limit per member: Unlimited
Bio: Diana Williamson is head consultant in charge of licensing and acquisition for Themusiclibrary.org, a boutique publishing… read more

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song: Fall out of Love
artist: Daniel

genre: Pop - Rock
stats: playlists: 2 | song plays: 121
General Overview
What Genre is most appropriate for this song?

What is an appropriate title for this song?
Fall of out Love

What artist does this song most remind you of?
Bon Jovi

What best describes the subject matter of this song?
Love & Relationships - Falling in Love

What era does this song fall under?
2000 and later

What best describes the mood of this song?
Happy - In High Spirits

Song Analysis
Quality of Lyrics

Quality of the Hook

Quality of the Verses

Quality of the Chorus

Quality of the Breaks

Quality of Instrumentation

Quality of Arrangement

Quality of the Melody

Quality of the Chord Progression

Quality of the Instrumental Hooks

Marriage Between Chorus and Verse

Marriage Between Music and Lyrics

Quality of the Instrument/Sound Selection

Quality of the Lead Performances

Originality of Song

Overall Rating

Quality of the Title

General Comments

As you probably know- I don't comment on instrumentation as my expertise lies in overall vision, marketability, lyrics, hooks, etc..

I accidentally had 3 versions somehow playing at all different times at once and thought there really needs to be some new arrangements to this song- ha ha.. Til I realized what was going on...it was my fault...

Good rhyme scheme from the outset, important- for the catchy factor. Strings come in nicely. Vocals compliment the vibe of the song. If you had time to experiment,- adding a female bg vocal might add a nice dynamic?

The arrangements work nicely, building the ebb and flow in all the right places. You know when you are reviewing and nothing "stops you" that the song is solid. It just flowed in all the right places. This is one of the hardest things to achieve- so you are definitely on the right track.

My only suggestion- is that it is a tad hard to follow the lyric at some points. Perhaps it's a mix thing? It doesn't really bother me though and I'm a lyricist -because the flow feels so good.

To me -for a song placement - (the era of the movie)- I can see girls dressed up like Pat Benetar (vibe) but it can also go more modern. But the good thing about this is- if you have a song that fits a time period from the past- you have less competition- as others are trying to write the more modern and flavor of the moment tracks.

Also uptempo songs are easier to place- and even though it has a "sad topic" it has an "up" feel- so this will help you in placements. Good luck and keep on writing! You have all the necessary tools.

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Artist's Submitted Question:

Just wondering about the melody and feel of the song ? Is it catchy enough ?

Thanks !

Pro's Answer/Comments:

Catchy enough? Yes. Fo' sure.
You have a handle on a good solid structure here. I can hear this in the background of a dance scene in a movie- where the rockers are letting it out on the dance floor.

Sounds like you have a great handle on this modern pop/rock genre. This is a solid song. There are no dead spots- the flow keeps going throughout. The arrangements build well supporting the various sections, building to the chorus.

Quote From Pro:

Boisterous feel good rock song would fit nicely in a club scene/for film/TVplacements.