Advertisement

Calling aspiring songsmiths

The right to have your work published and $50 are up for grabs in Herald-Mail contest

The right to have your work published and $50 are up for grabs in Herald-Mail contest

February 22, 2005

So, you think you can write song lyrics? Come on, hit us with your best shot. The Herald-Mail will give $50 to the teen who writes the most creative lyrics to the tune of their choice. And spelling counts.

Here are the rules:

· Submit a recording of someone singing (or rapping) your lyrics to music. Include a written copy of the lyrics.

· Contest is open to individuals ages 12 through 18.

· Work must be 100 percent original. In other words, don't break any copyright laws.

· All musical genres welcome.

· Use of profanity or subject matter unfit for publication in a family newspaper will disqualify contestants.

· Enter up to three lyrics set to the same or different tunes.

· Relatives of Herald-Mail employees are not eligible to win.

Mail or bring your entry to The Herald-Mail, 100 Summit Ave., Hagerstown, MD, 21740, by noon Tuesday, March 15. The winning lyrics and a photograph of the songwriter will be published on the Next page Tuesday, March 29.

Advertisement

Good luck!

The Herald-Mail Articles
|
|
|