#1
Any tips on finishing work.. i usually find when i start writing a song of started to flesh out an idea for one i only seem to get maybe a couple of verses and a chorus through before seeming to run short of ideas leaving the songs short at maybe 2 mins, i seem to try and wedge a bridge in to lengthen the song to add time rather than further feeling...

I seem to have just verses and chorus wrote down in a notebook when inspiration calls but very few completed songs..

Anyone have a similar problem, any particular tips/ideas on songwriting in general?
#2
Bunch your uncompleted stuff together.
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#3
Write a song structure

Intro
Verse
Chorus
Verse
Pre Chorus
Chorus
Bridge
-Instrumental Theme A-
-Instrumental Theme B-
Interlude
Pre Chorus
Chorus
Outro

Foresee it change for each song and tick it off as you go along
#4
Quote by Martindecorum
Write a song structure

Intro
Verse
Chorus
Verse
Pre Chorus
Chorus
Bridge
-Instrumental Theme A-
-Instrumental Theme B-
Interlude
Pre Chorus
Chorus
Outro

Foresee it change for each song and tick it off as you go along

The best advice for song structures I've ever seen, THAnK YA TOM! wait...
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#6
I can never write anything, unless the majority of it is completely on the spot. Then, to finish it off, I just add details and change little things here and there.