The morph game is a type of songwriting chain for preferably half a dozen or so writers. Personally it is one of my favorites and I have gotten a few keepers out of this particular game. The first songwriter offers a seed song, which can be any of their songs written and posted in 50/90. Prior to writing their song, each succeeding songwriter only listens to the preceeding song in the chain and changes approximately 50 percent of the song. 50 percent is somewhat arbitrary. Simply explained it could be writing a whole new set of lyrics to the music. It also could be using the same lyrics and completely changing the music. My favorite approach is to change some of the words and some of the music. It is helpful for each songwriter to relay the musical information (key, tempo, time signature, lyrics, chords, etc.) to the following songwriter by a soundboard message. Also optional to include the preceeding songwriter as a collaborator. Ideally the seed songwriter return later in the chain or participates in another chain. It would be helpful if each songwriter when it is their turn posted their song progress every few days. Position in the chain will be adjusted as needed. Of course, after writing their song it is encouraged for each songwriter to listen to all of the songs in their morph. Participation in multiple morphs is welcome.
Here is a video posted a few years ago by long time FAWM/5090'er @plainwhitetoast that explains the process.
Morph positions and progress will be posted immediately below. Who would like to play?