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lips of an angel meaning
lips of an angel meaning

Lips of an Angel

Lips of an Angel” is a power ballad by American rock band Hinder written by Brian Howes, Rey Casiano, Austin Winkler and Cody Hanson. It was released as the second single from their album Extreme Behavior. It was their breakthrough hit, charting in the top ten on several Billboard trade charts in the United States, and reaching number one in several countries. A second cover version was released in early 2007 by country music artist Jack Ingram. His version, which was his third Top 40 country hit, peaked in the top 20 on the Billboard country music charts.

In Hinder’s song “Lips of an Angel”, does he sing, “Let her die”?

 

Lips Of An Angel Lyrics

Honey, why you calling me so late?
It’s kind of hard to talk right now
Honey, why you crying?
Is everything OK?
I got to whisper ’cause I can’t be too loud

Well, my girl’s in the next room
Sometimes, I wish she was you

I guess we never really moved on

It’s really good to hear your voice saying my name
It sounds so sweet
Coming from the lips of an angel
Hearing those words, it makes me weak
And I never want to say goodbye
But girl, you make it hard to be faithful
With the lips of an angel

It’s funny that you’re calling me tonight
And yes, I dreamt of you too
And does he know you’re talking to me?
Will it start a fight?
No, I don’t think she has a clue

Well, my girl’s in the next room
Sometimes, I wish she was you
I guess we never really moved on

It’s really good to hear your voice saying my name
It sounds so sweet
Coming from the lips of an angel
Hearing those words, it makes me weak
And I never wanna say goodbye
But girl, you make it hard to be faithful
With the lips of an angel

It’s really good to hear your voice saying my name
It sounds so sweet
Coming from the lips of an angel
Hearing those words, it makes me weak
And I never wanna say goodbye
But girl, you make it hard to be faithful
With the lips of an angel

And I never wanna say goodbye
But girl, you make it hard to be faithful
With the lips of an angel

Honey, why you calling me so late?

lips of an angel meaning
lips of an angel meaning

Hinder’s “Lips of an Angel”

“Lips of an Angel” is a hit single from the rock band Hinder. It tells the tale of a man finding it difficult to remain faithful to his current partner simply because he still has strong feelings for his former girlfriend, whom in his eyes has lips comparable to that of an angel. And it is apparent that said ex-girlfriend also still has strong feelings for him, considering she called him pretty late at night just to talk to him. And this late night call makes it even more difficult for him to forget about her. At the end of the day, he is missing her badly to the point where he is even wishing she was his current girlfriend.

As the song progresses, it becomes even more and more apparent that both of them haven’t actually moved on. However, considering the narrator is already in a new relationship, it is not likely they might be able to get back together. And it is for this reason he concludes the song with the question:

“Honey why you callin’ me so late?”

Analysts believe the question above isn’t meant to be interpreted literally. It is a metaphor for the fact that she’s getting back in touch with him late in life (when he has found someone new).

Austin Winkler talks about “Lips of an Angel”

According to Austin Winkler (who is the band’s singer), a real life experience inspired the song. And said experience had to do with Winkler finding it very difficult saying goodbye to his former girlfriend despite the fact that the relationship was beyond over.

Writing Credits

Winkler co-wrote “Lips of an Angel” with his bandmate Brian Howes. The track’s producer Brian Howes also assisted the duo write it.

According to Winkler, it took him about thirty minutes to write the lyrics of this song.

When was “Lips of an Angel” released?

On the 24th of July, 2006, Universal Records released this hard rock song as a Hinder single. It actually is the lead single from their “Extreme Behavior” album.

A Hit!

This was a number 1 hit for Hinder in Australia and New Zealand. Furthermore, rose to a peak position of 3 and 1 on the Billboard’s “Hot 100” and “Mainstream Top 40” charts, respectively. It ended up selling over 4 million units in the United States.

Are there any popular covers of “Lips of an Angel”?

Yes. In 2006, American country singer Jack Ingram recorded his version. Ingram’s version (which appears on his “This Is It” album) was also pretty successful in America.

Austin Winkler of Hinder Talks About The Group’s Hit “Lips Of An Angel,” And Their Success Story

In a new interview, lead singer & co-writer Austin Winkler talked about how the group got started, and how they landed their record deal. He also discussed his songwriting, and how he writes Hinder’s material with bandmate Cody Hanson. In addition, Winkler spoke about the band’s lengthy tour plans, which will keep them on the road for another full year.

 

lips of an angel meaning
lips of an angel meaning

Before joining Hinder, Winkler was singing in a cover band in Oklahoma City. ‘I started singing in a cover band and our first show was at a 7-11 store,’ Winkler recalled. ‘I started writing my own songs, but the cover band didn’t want to play them. Then I met Cody (Hanson) at a house party, and we decided to form a new band. Our first practice is something I will always remember. It was the first time I had heard these songs I was writing played by a full band. Hinder was born on that July day of 2001.’

Lead guitarist Joe Garvey also was a founding member, and Mike Rodder (bass) and Mark King (rhythm guitar) joined in 2004. By this time, the quintet developed a strong fan base in Oklahoma City. ‘We started five years ago and we played a club called The Blue Note two shows a month, on every other Friday. We built a fan base that way. Eventually, we were able to draw 1000 fans to shows. We made a profit and put all the money back into the band. We would buy commercial spots on local radio stations, that would say ‘Come see our band.’ We also saved up to pay for part of the budget of our six-song EP with (producer) Brian Howes, which cost $45,000. For the rest of the recording expenses, we were able to convince our parents to pitch in.’

What is Melody in a Song?

By Berklee Online

The following is excerpted from Chapter 1 of Melody in Songwriting: Tools and Techniques for Writing Hit Songs by Jack Perricone, published by Berklee Press.  

What is melody?

The two basic elements of music that define melody are pitch and rhythm. Melody is a succession of pitches in rhythm. The melody is usually the most memorable aspect of a song, the one the listener remembers and is able to perform.

Melodic Phrase

A melodic phrase, much like a sentence or clause in verbal language, usually encompasses a complete musical statement. A melodic phrase usually defines itself by resting or holding or coming to some point of resolution (rhythmically and/or tonally) and, especially in vocal music, is directly related to the natural areas to breathe. Short phrases usually group together to form a longer phrase.

In the following example, phrase 1 and phrase 2 group together to form a longer phrase; phrase 3 and phrase 4 group together to form a longer phrase.

Conjunct and Disjunct Melodic Motion

lips of an angel meaning
lips of an angel meaning

There are two types of melodic motion: conjunct motion, which proceeds by step from one scale degree to the next (i.e., by the interval of a second) and disjunct motion, which proceeds by leap (i.e., by intervals larger than a second).

A melody assumes character by a number of means: its rhythmic structure, its contour, its tonal makeup, and its intervallic content. Most vocal melodies consist of conjunct motion, which is the most natural and comfortable to sing. It is usually the intervallic leaps, however, that give a melody character and cause the melody to assume more of a memorable profile.

Writing for the Voice

It is absolutely essential to the craft of songwriting that the writer sing the melody, feel it in the voice, reach for the high notes, and focus on experiencing the relationship between the lyric and the melody. Much of melody writing done for instruments, especially for the piano, is difficult or impossible to sing. The following are to be considered when writing for the voice:

1. How disjunct is the melody? Too many intervallic leaps can cause the melody to be difficult or impossible to sing.

2. Does the vocalist have time to breathe between phrases? Is the phrase so long that it doesn’t allow the singer to breathe?

3. Is the vocal range of the song too great? Does the range within a section of the song change too quickly?The range of the average pop vocalist is as follows:

The Lead Sheet

The lead sheet format reflects the importance of the melody. Harmonic voicings, texture, and orchestration are not found in lead sheets. The lead sheet solely contains the melody, the lyric, and the harmony notated with chord symbols.

Guidelines for Lead Sheet Writing

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The following guidelines for leadsheet writing are given to help eliminate the usual errors.

1. The melody should be notated in a clear-cut but accurate fashion in the treble clef. Notes and rhythms that are purely embellishments need not appear on the lead sheet.

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