I have stated before that the solution to Contemporary Worship is not abandoning it rather it is to reform it. Whether or no you like it is here to stay. People are not going to abandon the tradition they grew up with unless they are dissatisfied with the tradition ( the CW nuts are like to jump on me for calling their service a tradition, because isn't it by definition the antithesis to tradition?). This is a similar situation that Luther faced when asked to write a German Mass. He knew that a total departure would be unnecessarily stressful for people because the Roman Mass is what they grew up with so to completely redo things would be harmful rather than helpful. The same thing will happen if we try to eliminate CW. There are now people who have grown up in the CW tradition and they would be set a drift if they were suddenly removed from that which is familiar. This is why I feel we need to follow Luther's example. Keep what works and chuck the rest, all the while replacing somethings with orthodox replacements. Simple changes could go a long way towards changing from the me focus of much of CW to Christ focus. One of which is replacing the "I" songs with "Christ" songs. Switch out the dumb "me" ditties with well written contemporary style orthodox songs gradually and they probably won't even notice. And the beauty is they will have catchy songs that can now positively influence their lives rather than continue to focus inwardly on themselves and sing about what they are going to do rather than rejoice over what God has done for them.
Anyhow, long story short, too late you say, I am trying to put into practice my own preaching and I have started to write contemporary style songs. I have the first one completed and as soon as I figure things out I will post it up here for you to hear and hopefully enjoy.