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  1. I’m 5 minutes into this and I really appreciate your take on songwriting
    and how you tie it in to keeping your mind in positive things that build up
    faith.

  2. So refreshing to see the contemporary Christian artist as the real deal,
    Great encouragement to me. I am one of those journalers of everything and a
    lifelong songwriter. The Lord really ministers to me through all this and
    hopefully I do serve His heart well. I don’t have the stomach for success
    or a head for business, but I get great joy in the creative process. 

  3. Aaron Shust’s song, “My Savior My God,” is actually a recreation of an old
    hymn written in 1873 by Dora Greenwell called “I am Not Skilled to
    Understand.” He said he was thumbing through a hymnal one day and came
    across the awesome verses. He kept the verses, added his own melody and a
    chorus, and created the song we all know and love today.

  4. A wonderful video and great sharing on how to bring thoughts and ideas into
    starting out song writing. Paul is so easy to follow, such a great simple
    spirit that connects with listener. I so love his songs, brings you into
    worship and presence of the Lord.

  5. I was wondering whether you think it’s worth revisiting those old bad songs
    for their ideas and using your experience to make them good?

  6. I meant the old bad songs that you may have written as a younger writer..
    Hymns are mostly good, otherwise they wouldn’t have lasted so long 😉

  7. Have you all seen this “Principles of Songwriting” video w/ worship
    songwriter Paul Baloche? What do you think?

  8. Have you all seen this “Principles of Songwriting” video w/ worship
    songwriter Paul Baloche? What do you think?

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