#1
These are the lyrics for a song I wrote entitled "I Don't Trust Politicians". It's supposed to be for my not-yet-fully-formed Indie Alt-Rock band. We're a band that write about anything, as you will be able to tell if I post more lyrics. This is actually one of our more meaningful songs.

Chorus:
I don’t trust politicians,
They seem like shady folk to me.
I don’t trust politicians,
And I’m sure many will agree.

I don’t trust politicians,
I don’t think that they are sincere.
I don’t trust politicians,
To me, there position’s unclear.

Verse:
I saw one walking,
Down the street.
I saw one walking,
To his suite.

And I must wonder,
Where he went.
And I must wonder,
What he spent.

And I looked at him,
And I said,
Hey mister president,
Don’t let it get to your head.

Chorus:
I don’t trust politicians,
They seem like shady folk to me.
I don’t trust politicians,
And I’m sure many will agree.

I don’t trust politicians,
I don’t think that they sincere.
I don’t trust politicians,
To me, there politicians unclear.

Verse:
I saw one talking,
He was wrong.
I saw one talking,
His swan song.

And I must wonder,
What he did.
And I must wonder,
But it’s forbid.

And I looked at him,
To let him know.
Hey mister president,
Where did all my money go?

Chorus:
I don’t trust politicians,
They seem like shady folk to me.
I don’t trust politicians,
And I’m sure many will agree.

I don’t trust politicians,
I don’t think that they sincere.
I don’t trust politicians,
To me, there politicians unclear.
I'm just like the Jonas Brothers,

I'm no longer relevant and write mediocre music.


#3
Nice. Very nice.

there position’s unclear

Although it's "their", not there. Also, there were a few other grammatical errors. Just so you know.
#4
^ sorry, I actually got the idea for this song, and I was already on my laptop, so I just quickly typed it up in ten minuets. I wasn't paying much attention to grammar
I'm just like the Jonas Brothers,

I'm no longer relevant and write mediocre music.