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Okay, so I wrote this last night around 1:00 in the morning, so sorry if its a little ify but I was a bit tired. Maybe you guys can help me smooth it out some but anyways: Verse 1: "I let you in, thinking my lips wouldn't bruise when I kiss you I puff out my chest, but I'm telling you right now I miss you." "We go from sad to sadder, Convince our selves we are better, than this, we spit on each other we fight like we're lovers but I'm feeling smothered , too much, too much, too many, mistakes already This kind of thing, it gets heavy." "The late nights, tired eyes "take me home's" it's no surprise to me. too much , too much, too many." Okay so keep in mind this is just the first verse, and this song has a sadder tone too it, and the sound is kind of more indie sounding. For refrence you can listen to Zhavia or Billie Eilish, we have kind of the same sound in music.
Hi, I'm 15 and I've written 150 full and unfinished songs in the past 6 months, and I have a struggle I face every time. When I get a song idea, what I first write usually ends up being the most fitting for the chorus. And that's fine, but what makes me frustrated almost every time is thinking of the verses. I think and write and think and write, but I'm never satisfied and I just never finish the song. So, I'm here to ask if any of you could help me out with this. How do you write a song? Do you start with a chorus or a verse? How do you write a verse? What do you write in a verse? THANK YOU!!!!!