easy, y write about what come to your head but make sure to have a chorus, a bridge ,and a hook. the bridge is 4-5 lines, the chorus is the main topic and the hook is 3-4 lines. I wrote million of songs so good luck:)
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You don't have to write the lyrics right away. Just start with singing noises, gibberish. It is a great way to find your natural voice and tone. Then as you sing, just let some actual words slip by even though they don't make a sentence. You can do it everywhere, just don't forget to record it. After a while you'll see your lyrics coming up. Then you can sit down and perfect it on paper. Don't start on paper, it wouldn't be as soulfull. And don't start on the instrument, instruments has too much rules, it makes the music too ordinary-like every guitar song sounds like each other. Voice is much more free. Best of luck.
Well, a good way to start is by trying to write a little bit of poetry. Poetry always helps me. Try to think of a sentence that's deep or that means something to you. Once you find your solid root you can build off of it ya'know? It'll come naturally once you figure out what you want to write about. Take a walk, listen to your favorite artists, or read inspiring stories. Usually these things stimulate inspiration.