why is that because I put a little more importance on lyrics then music if I did that wasn't my intent .
just my opinion .
it's like asking what's more important in comics artist or writer I prefer writer there as well but I am not saying the art isn't important I have bought comics I just put away and never read because the art was so horrible once you get by the cover art but as long as you can draw spiderman pretty well then it's cool you don't have to be a Jim lee.
same with music once your good enough than work on song writing you don't have to be a Jimi Hendrix for me to listen to you .
that's all I am saying.
That last part makes no sense. I'll put it into correct grammar just to show how much sense it still doesn't make. Same with music, once you're good enough, then work on song writing. You don't have to be a Jimi Hendrix for me to listen to you.
Once you're good enough at what? Then work on song writing? If you can play, but you can't write a song, then you're probably going to stay a shitty garage band that does Nirvana covers every day. So, if you can write a song, you don't have to be able to play it? Is that what you're saying at the end? This is actually somewhat true. Look at early White Stripes stuff. Obviously, Jack White can play, but he wrote super simple songs and made them work. Seven Nation Army? Easiest song ever and that's one of his biggest hits. But again, other bands have tried writing catchy songs and failed. If everyone wrote the catchiest song ever, every song would be Billboard Chart-Topper. But they aren't.