To write good lyrics you need an understanding of how songs are structured.
ie, verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, chorus, chorus etc....
Go to your local library and buy a book on songwriting.
Basically you have to stick to a proper song structure if you have any hope of becoming successful with the majority of people.
The next thing you need is life experiences... read lots of books, watch movies, go do stuff and think of ways to put your feelings into words.. learn to say one thing when you mean something else.
Get a rhyming dictionary and a thesaurus...preferably on your computer cause it's easier to search. ZkRhymes is an excellent rhyming dictionary and most word processors have a basic thesaurus in them. WordPerfect is good for instance because all you have to do is click on a word and it gives you alternatives right on the screen.
Last but not least... get a spell checker and use it.
Your spelling is absolutely atrocious and makes you sound like a total idiot. An occasional spelling error is forgivable, but if you can't sound half way intelligent, nobody is going to be interested in doing business with you or helping you... and songwriting is definitely a business.
Hey you kids! Get outta that Jello tree!! :mad: