I really don't think you need to go into detail on how the SFX volume control works... You really don't have to explain the most basic of functions. "start game would start the game". Is this the captain obvious version of a GDD? I think you're missing the point of why a GDD is written.
I also think you need to learn another skill that can be helpful in game development. To me it just sounds like you don't want to put in the hard work required to learn programming and you just want to be the idea guy that everyone works for. You even stated yourself that you need a bunch of money to pay people because really, that's the only way an idea guy with no experience can exist.
I'm not saying you don't have a chance at getting funded or something... but I wouldn't hold my breath if I were you.
I will be designing and writing the entire story for the Game, so not just the guy who designs and employs people, i will also write the story.
As i said, i will be completely descriptive with my GDD to the point of been captain obvious just to hammer home what i want, then when someone reads it or something i can expect them to fully understand what i am wanting, Also they will create there own aspects as well as mine, i would allow people to change or add things if they are better or ideas are better than mine, this would be a Team-Effort not a My design so do it like this now.
Also, Money is my main issue, because at the moment i can not go out and hire 15 or so Animators and Developers at 60K+ a year to help me, but i have other ideas also i am putting in hard work at the moment, it's very frustrating thinking you have something 100% and then realising you need to change something or start afresh.
But i thank you for the feed-back
Edit, according to Wikipedia
A game design document may be made of text, images, diagrams, concept art, or any applicable media to better illustrate design decisions. Some design documents may include functional prototypes or a chosen game engine for some sections of the game.
Although considered a requirement by many companies, a GDD has no set industry standard form. For example, developers may choose to keep the document as a word processed document, or as an on-line collaboration tool.