The world is awash with theories, formulas and recipes for writing. The BBC has an article today saying, with surprise, that in the lyrics of the winning entries of the Eurovision Song Contest one word in every fifty is Love.
This is nothing.
The BBC produces a word-cloud of the lyrics, which looks like this:
The single only reached number sixteen in the charts, but the band did go on to become mildly successful.
N.B. When, a few years ago, Paul McCartney (who wrote Love Me Do) published a volume of poetry, he included all four verses of Why Don't We Do It In The Road?, which made me smile. (If you don't know the lyrics see this link).