Never Say This Again

 
       
 
Jan 14, 2018, 04:39 AM

Never Say This Again

This is the title of the future song, which I came up with after
sent a post on the Collaboration branch.
No interest there so far. Only Deacon suggested title

Never Say That Again

rather than my one.
Well, my instrument is guitar, so I came to the place where the main instrument is the word, right?
So, what’s the difference between these titles and how could it work?

 
     
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Aleksandr Saltovskiy Joined Oct 16, 2007
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Jan 14, 2018, 12:44 PM

Hello Aleksandr,

Good to see you again.  For clarification my question was have you considered.  In my old “Webster’s New Collegiate Dictionary” This has three separate indepth explanations for use, while That has five separate indepth separate explanations for use.  In certain situations both have the same or nearly the same use, and in other situations they are completely different.  The context in which the lyric is written will dictate the use of one or the other.  As the author of the title you surely have an idea as to the context you would like it to be in, this or that may alter your expectation.  Can you imagine “Meatloaf” singing “I would do anything for love but I won’t do “this”?  You have a great track, you hear your singer as a female, you have come up with an intellectual idea (title), you and whoever you collaborate with will need to consider This or That.  Good luck and best wishes,

Speak soon,

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Deacon Joined Aug 30, 2009
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