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    Hi, i write here some phrases i use in my songs and iīm not very sure if itīs right and if it really has the meaning i think it has in English. I work with google translator and tools like that, and my english level isnīt very good.

    If you can help me i thank you.


    "scars will hide their own"

    "i faded into the storm"

    "...and then drift to the unkown"

    " i can walk the night"

    "under my skin, someone has been, diving inside, into my dreams."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebery View Post
    Hi, i write here some phrases i use in my songs and iīm not very sure if itīs right and if it really has the meaning i think it has in English. I work with google translator and tools like that, and my english level isnīt very good.

    If you can help me i thank you.
    Please use "I" for the personal pronoun, not "i."

    "scars will hide their own" This is the only one I don't quite get.

    "i faded into the storm" Okay. Could be a real storm, could be a metaphorical storm (more likely in a song). Either way, it's okay with a capital I.

    "...and then drift to the unkown" drift into the unknown.

    " i can walk the night" Probably okay - sounds like something a lonely guy would do.

    "under my skin, someone has been, diving inside, into my dreams." Sound like very typical song lyrics to me.
    Good luck. But please remember to use proper capitalization.
    I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.

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    Default Re: Help with some phrases

    Barb-D I really thank you!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb_D View Post
    Good luck. But please remember to use proper capitalization.

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