I’ve run into some aspiring songwriters who believe they have “the song,” and if they can just get “the song” to Kenny Chesney or Carrie Underwood, that it’ll be a surefire hit. The hard truth is that it’s foolish to put all your hopes on one song. So much timing, luck, and networking goes into getting a cut, much less a hit, that you need a CATALOG of great, commercially-viable songs. If you have a bunch of great songs working their way through the system, MAYBE one will get cut. If you can write one great song, that’s great. Now focus on writing more great songs. Good luck and God bless!
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