Is the difference in sentence order important?

For example: Lo hago yo! emphasizes yo even more than "yo lo hago" but I can't explain why, generally in every language I know emphasis is at the first word of the sentence. Is there even difference at all or is it just the way you pronounce the word that determines the emphasis? I know order is very flexible in Spanish but I'm reluctant to use ordering that is too different from English/Dutch. Is talking always in the same order considered boring even? I would really like to understand the subtle nuances in Spanish better.

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