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August 04, 2005

Help Out John


John Mayer has writer's block - and he wants your help. The soft-voiced rocker is calling on fans to make a song out of some lyrics that didn't make it onto his upcoming album.

"I'm inviting all aspiring songwriters to write their own chords and melodies around my lyrics," Mayer writes in the September issue of Esquire, on newsstands Aug. 15. "You can tell people we wrote a song together."

Mayer, who has written a monthly column for Esquire for more than a year, urges people to send a CD of their song to the magazine's music department. The lyrics and information on submissions, due Sept. 30, can be found in the upcoming issue. One line reads: "I've got dreams to remember, I've got days to forget/I've got some phone calls in to God but he ain't called me back just yet."

The best submissions will be featured on Esquire's Web site. Mayer will pick the winner, who will receive a Fender John Mayer Signature Stratocaster guitar.


Posted by Lawren at August 4, 2005 08:14 AM | Trackbacks (0)

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Well, the Stratocaster would be cool but I don't notice any mention of giving CREDIT to the songwriter on the future album.

Says: Nanc' at August 4, 2005 10:42 AM

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