Waiting for your favourite artist to release new music can be a painful thing. Mayer broke the news about his upcoming album last week on TikTok. While not a practical way of hearing music before its release, the exercise does provide a great jumping-off point for exploring the nuts and bolts of songwriting. The process started with Spender learning the guitar and vocal parts that were actually available on TikTok. From here, the verse and middle eight had to be written from scratch — based, of course, on the feel and sound of the bars available. For more guitar news, click here.
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This song was written for the soundtrack of the movie "The Bucket List" and is trying to capture the spirit of that film. After writing the lyrics for the song, John Mayer said, "I don't know how much harder it gets than to see a beautiful, bittersweet movie and then have to write a song that matches the tone". You can also watch the official video version here: Say. Take all of your wasted honour Every little past frustration Take all of your so called problems Better put 'em in quotations Say what you need to say x7 Say what you need to saaaay Walking like a one man army Fighting with the shadows in your head Living out the same old moment Knowing you'd be better off i nstead If you could only Say what you need to say x7 Say what you need to saaay Have no fear for giving in Have no fear for giving over You better know that in the end It's better to say too much Than never to say what you need to say again Even if your hands are shaking And your faith is broken Even as the eyes are closing Do it with a heart wide open Say what you need to say x7 Say what you need to Say what you need to Say what you need to say
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Well, John Mayer wants to return to those days, and he wants you to come with him. The singer on Instagram encouraged his fans to write to him on pen and paper, saying he'd respond in kind. Real paper. Real ink. Real names," Mayer, 40, began.
John Mayer gave us the full story behind the origin and release of four new songs, including "Love on the Weekend" and "Changing. Mayer tells Rolling Stone he knew from the outset that he wanted to make as ambitious an album as possible. This is where the magic is. It got me thinking how, in California, we like going from one hill to another hill.