Use the FIRST result you get from each tool in the "Tools" link at the top and add the random progression you get from autochords.com to create a song:
1. Plot Spline ↔ Framing device for helping you devise plot and setting constraints for your song.
2. Struxxure ↔ A tool for uncovering possible outside-the-box song structures.
3. LyriCloud ↔ Creates a "cloud" of semantically-correlated words which you can explore to spark creativity.
4. Titular ↔ Generates several (potentially awkward) song titles for you to interpret and write about.
5. AutoChords - Generates a chord progression when you click "randomize" https://autochords.com/
To avoid the tyranny of choice, use the FIRST result, it's tempting to just keep clicking to get the one you like. If you really hate it, obviously it's a personal challenge, you can do what you like, but I think the constraints can cause unexpected creativity.
Pick one of the titles you get from your first "Titular result", use the song structure from your first Struxxure resulte, write the song in the framing given by Plot Spline, the chord progression from your first "randomize" chord progression from authochords, and use as many words as you can from your LyriCloud in the song.
I don't know how to tag songs for a particular challenge, but I'd aim for the tag [@eMusing]
I've got the lyrics and progression done for my first stab at this, but I'm waiting until I can at least track a demo to post it.
Background: I promised myself I would write at least one new song a month for an open mic I host down this way. It's coming down to the wire, and I wanted to do something different. I played a skirmish song last month, and wasn't feeling up for a skirmish. I wanted something a little more meaty in terms of time and structure/direction. I've never used the tools section during FAWM, so I figured I'd make use of it tonight. Originally I thought about using a random number of "rerolls" for each tool, but then I could get stuck on the tyranny of choice. I used the first result I got for each tool to compose a song, and I even used a chord progression generator tool for the chords, to really hem myself in. I think it turned out interesting, but I'll have to play it through a few times and get a demo up so that you all can be the judges. I wanted to share as a challenge, as I find challenges often help stimulate my creativity and I wanted to give back some of it.