A song is a composition with lyrics and music (usually with or without accompaniment) for one or more voices. It is a type of musical composition that often combines a range of moods and forms, including repetition and variation of sections.
A good song uses words to produce a proportionate feeling or emotion in relation to a topic, usually by reference to the subject matter of the lyrics themselves. It also references the emotions produced by a well-constructed melody.
The relationship between a lyric and a melody is important for a songwriter’s creativity. While it is easy to misjudge a lyric or melody without hearing it, an experienced listener can hear the music through which a lyric is delivered and judge its impact in terms of the corresponding emotion.
When a lyric or melody is used to create a climactic moment, it can be very exciting for a listener. It might take the form of a repeated lyric or melody that is catchy and memorable, or it might involve a rhythmic lick or riff.
A climactic moment is often the first impression a song makes on its audience, so it’s important to choose your hook wisely. If you don’t make your hook interesting enough, your audience might not remember the song or want to hear it again.
In order to generate a good climactic moment, it’s important to be sure that your song has noticeable highs and lows throughout its 3-to-4 minute length. That’s the kind of contrast that will keep your listeners from becoming bored with your song, and help it stand out amongst others in the playlist.