Ever tried appreciating crappy lyrics yet you really can't?

@r03249 (357)
September 27, 2011 1:45am CST
One of the greatest criteria for a music to be loved and live for the next three generations and more is a good lyrics. I hate songs with nonsense lyrics just because the singer is already famous and whatever song they release will definitely be on top. I just hope songwriters and singers should never lower down the quality of their lyrics for the sake of producing a song. What do you think? And can you suggest some singers with great lyrics and music in them? I like listening to them especially when I am down.
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• India
13 Jan 13
It's good that you appreciate good lyrics. I sometimes wonder what lyrics are good lyrics. Can you provide some examples? Though I prioritize the quality of music, more than the lyrics, I still appreciate your criteria for epic music, and I do agree that lyrics are important. What I call good lyrics is which merges with the music. In my opinion good lyrics are the ones which convey the same meaning as the music does. Legends never produce crap for the sake of production. But there are some new artists who do that. Legends also do it sometimes if they're having a bad time, but they usually retain the quality. My suggestions would be, any song by Michael Jackson, Sway by Dean Martin, Imagine by John Lennon, Any song by The Beatles, Don McLean, Johnny Cash and there are so many others. I like Rock music for the way the lyrics are merged into music.