#1
So the following is a very short addition at the end of an otherwise entirely instrumental piece I wrote. Lyric-wise, this is probably the shortest thing I've ever written actually. I'm sure this is quite possibly too short to adequately critique, but these are the only lyrics in the song, so what few lyrics there are I wanted to make sure weren't completely awful.


If I could trade it all
For just a moment of time
One chance to go back
And set these things right
Oh, oh would I, would I
"Love everything. Know nothing."

"What do you mean 'do you even know how to play bongo drums?'?! Do I not have hands?! And pot?!"
#2
Ya, it's good. It's not anything revolutionary or life-changing, but it works. Not much else you can say about that.
I'm just like the Jonas Brothers,

I'm no longer relevant and write mediocre music.


#3
Yeh, it's pretty hard to write anything mind-blowingly amazing using just a few lines, just making sure that it wasn't complete crap and I was just convincing myself it was decent enough to use.
"Love everything. Know nothing."

"What do you mean 'do you even know how to play bongo drums?'?! Do I not have hands?! And pot?!"