Monterey, CA (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
Paul Sybert wrote “Candle in the Night” about love. This song is about a love that is other-worldly.
Paul Sybert wrote "Call Me Anytime" after living and working in Georgia and returning to New York State. Paul ask himself if my friends in Georgia remember me or is it me just remembering them. A writer has to careful about what he or she remembers. He called and called and called. Paul got no answers so Paul wrote this song. It is written with a "blues" melody.
Paul's teacher Eric Ross was very helpful as a teacher. Paul went to his house every month for ten years. Eric taught Paul a lot about music construction. Music theory was a weak spot for Paul. Eric fill in the gaps, like major 7ths, and minor 7ths, augmented chords, diminished chords and transposing into other keys. Paul was very fond of the keys he felt comfortable singing. Eric pushed Paul hard to learn. It was a productive ten years. Paul learned the difference between blues melodies and country blues. Eric also taught Paul that in his pain and discomfort Paul could write the lyrics and melody instead of just feeling badly. Paul feels he owes much to Eric's teaching over that period of time. Eric even recomended a good local recording studio. Eric open new door musically for Paul Sybert. Paul Sybert took a song writing course from Eric Ross in the evening and then spoke to Eric about private lessons.
As much as Paul Sybert loves woman, Paul know that behing every physical love there can be heart break. After that heart break comes the inevitable mourning period that comes. Paul's Angels have become very importan to Paul to get through the night and help Paul get a got night's sleep.
The lyrics of this song are also in my book, "The Dreamer and the Hummingbird". You can purchase this book in any retail book store and from Paul Sybert's website.
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