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Bodo
Feb-10-2023, 21:29 GMT
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I asked chat GPT to write a song that Leonard Cohen could have written after Paul Simons death (about Paul)

Verse 1:
In New York City, where the lights never sleep
The sounds of his guitar, still echoes in the street
The words he wrote, so simple yet so wise
He leaves a legacy, that will never die

Chorus:
Paul Simon, gone but never forgotten
His songs, a reminder of what we've gotten
From a man, who lived a life so true
A poet, a singer, a friend to me and you

Verse 2:
He sang of love, he sang of hope
He sang of life, and the things we can't control
His voice, a comfort in troubled times
A lighthouse, in the darkest of night

Chorus:
Paul Simon, gone but never forgotten
His songs, a reminder of what we've gotten
From a man, who lived a life so true
A poet, a singer, a friend to me and you

Bridge:
And when the winds of change, blow hard and fast
His music will remain, forever lasting
A testament, to the beauty of life
In the words, and melody of Paul Simon's strife

Chorus:
Paul Simon, gone but never forgotten
His songs, a reminder of what we've gotten
From a man, who lived a life so true
A poet, a singer, a friend to me and you

Outro:
So let us raise a glass, to a man so great
And sing his songs, before it's too late
For Paul Simon, will always remain
In the hearts and minds, of those who knew his name.




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Bodo
Feb-10-2023, 21:31 GMT
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Then I thougt, why should not Paul Simon write a song about himself, after his death.

ChatGPT thought that this is very unusually request and not easy to solve, but here is a version...


I lived a life full of melodies
Traveled the world, shared my memories
But now I'm gone, and I can't deny
The memories I leave, will never die

I was the bard of the city's lights
Singing my songs with all my might
But now I'm gone, and I can't deny
The music I made, will never die

I walked the streets of New York town
Telling my tales, never backing down
I sang of love, and I sang of pain
And now, I hope, my songs remain

I was the bard of the city's lights
Singing my songs with all my might
But now I'm gone, and I can't deny
The music I made, will never die

And though I'm gone, and my voice is still
My music lives on, it always will
And every time, when someone sings
I'll be there, in the melodies they bring

I was the bard of the city's lights
Singing my songs with all my might
But now I'm gone, and I can't deny
The music I made, will never die




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I agree if someone says this sounds very robotic. We maybe have to deal with that in the future of songwriting :-(

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Matthias
Feb-13-2023, 10:37 GMT
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"I agree if someone says this sounds very robotic. We maybe have to deal with that in the future of songwriting :-( "

I'm sure there will always be real people who write songs.
We just have to listen to them.
And hear the words that they mi-ight teach us.

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