Make sure each section of the story develops. For example, verse one could be about “the shoes you wear make me feel strong when we walk together,” verse two, “your pants make me blush and smile,” verse three, “your shirt makes me sparkle when you grab me with your arms,” and the chorus could sum everything up with “I just want to take them all off.” Another type of development could be chronological, A happened first, which led to B happening, which finally created C, the entangled mess we are now in. And when developing the story sequence there are other ways to think about how to write lyrics to a song as well.
I work right now with coversongs I change the lyrics in if I feel that I can’t stand for the lyrics. I like to be artistical and free, like words could even be a act, a play. But at the same time I feel that I will have to stand for it and that the audiens will however thinks it me speaking no matter what. So then I have to change lyrics to fit as much as possible my feelings. Here comes a new dilemma. When I do it sometimes click and I am happy but some other times I get like a pathetic feeling. Here comes also the line between positiv and negativ. Sometimes when I hear a song I think that the message is an importent one that reveals problems that needs to be thought about in the sosity, but when I try to sing and make my own verson of it, I have to go in to sinerity to be truthful. Then the lyrics can end up being with more hope wild I at the same time tryes to anyways light the issu. Because there was something to the song that capture my attention in the first place. Something of truth that clang in me. But it wasn’t qiut when I gonna be perfectionist and preform my type of verson. Often it could be that the most dark in the lyrics are soften up. But then the result can end up feeling pathetic when I turn angryness and hopelessness into hope but vage explinations of the issu. And I don’t want a song to end up feeling pathetic because that is really not what I’m looking for in poetry. Everybody wants to feel selfconfident in the lyrics and a yes feeling about deliver the lyrics. I should feel like a, yes I finally find the right words and feeling proud. And are iger to get it out. Instead of half shy about it. And hoping that people would understand what I ment about it. Even thought I felt that my words around it wasn’t at the maximum. And that I hope they would sence whats under right. Isn’t lyrics what everybody find as a tool to finally say what they couldn’t find the right words to. And still remain proud and confident with it. But lyrics that says something importent but are way too sad to represent, like for example if it says that the hope is complitly lost. What about the “the secret” the law about attraction and the positive law. So how avoid caming out pathetic with it? What makes a song pathetic? What is it that makes that feelings in some lyrics and in others not? Even if the message are quit the same? How to be more concious about it?