Attention TuxGuitar users: If you want to further involve yourself in the community I HIGHLY recommend that you join the Facebook page. As you have just seen over the past week, the site shut down momentarily probably due to maintenance problems, however, this was fortunate for us. In the past 2 years the site has shut down for months at a time, so if you post songs that you want others to listen to relatively frequently, I suggest you search us up on Facebook and join the group. You will be able to share your tabs without fear of the site shutting down and you can share music of others and stuff, it's pretty cool. JoeBrant has already joined which I am glad about. I do recommend the group to Geotic, Kafiolet, Blackspider, and Scorch; we would love to have you as part of the group! As well as SamGen and Dickerberjude if they are still around. (And anyone whom I neglected to mention)
Here is the starting of a "new" composition. Kinda clich? ! I don't think I will keep that riff at the end, i don't know what to do yet, just wanted to share the rest. I really like the "pre-chorus" (30th and so), hope you'll like it !
The song title says it all. I hope I've done good lyrics to it. A happy little accident happend while completing them: At the end the sentence "fly of this ledge like a fether" was meant to insinuate a contemplation of suicide by a broken-hearted. Just this minute I realized that it all can be turned upside down if you understand the protagonist as a murder letting someone else fall (dead or alive). That's great, I mean in an artistic way, when you disguise and discover more lyric meanings in one song (intended or unintended). I must confess it was unintended, but the lyrics of the verses, bridge and prechorus fit well to both stories ..macabre. With the music I have the problem that the chorus is sounding like a stretched prechorus while the hearer is waiting for more that won't come. Supported by the fact that it has no lyrics in it. But the outro compensates a bit. Maybe I gotta shift something. Let me know.