Join The Community

Connect, showcase, get feedback and grow as a songwriter. Join the Frettie community today!

Search Frettie

Our Advertisers

Free To Disagree

In my new song I solve all the political problems facing this great country of ours. YOU'RE WELCOME AMERICA! Featuring Paul Tillery on Stand Up Bass

34 Views 1 Responses

Free To Disagree
Free To Disagree
Ronald Hill

Twenty-second Avenue

Flashes of the sights and sounds of a street in a big city.

89 Views 2 Responses

Twenty-second Avenue
Twenty-second Avenue
Dorinda Weaver

That was Then, This...

Potentially a Pop/Country hybrid? This one REALLY needs a female vocal. Attempts to capture the women's perspective re: moving on after a relationship ends. I'm especially fond of the "lifetime of tomorrows" hook.

69 Views 0 Responses

That was Then, This is Now
That was Then, This...
Tom McDonald

Dear Mama

My mom had to go through open heart surgery and this song was born of that experience. I hope this song reminds you to think of your mom and how mom's are always there.

109 Views 0 Responses

Dear Mama
Dear Mama
Randy England

I Haven’t Heard...

Circles around the notion of "hearing" memories. How a song can immediately take you to another place or time and hold you there til it ends. The singer is in the middle of those memories when the songs end and comes back to reality with a smile!

62 Views 1 Responses

I Haven’t Heard That Memory in A While
I Haven’t Heard...
Tom McDonald

Can’t Rewind

Someone once said that the definition of insanity is to do the same thing over and over again, expecting different results. And so it goes with a bad relationship that ends, begins again only to result in the same tragic ending as before.

97 Views 2 Responses

Can’t Rewind
Can’t Rewind
Dorinda Weaver

Outskirts In

Written with Dan Harrison and Elysse Yulo. Dan on vocal, Elysse on production. Rough acoustic demo.

118 Views 2 Responses

Outskirts In
Outskirts In
Chad Sellers

Too Good To Be...

Eight or eighty....it doesn't matter, because every age has it own set of memories.

1028 Views 1 Responses

Too Good To Be Forgot
Too Good To Be...
Marvin Adcock