a song for my love

[verse 1]
Now and again I pick up the pen ,start writing and wondering when
These dreams are gonna take flight, I’m always writing with my heroes late night
The dudes I feel i almost know, helped me put my thoughts on paper with the utmost flow
I knew they would never ever let me down, the beat put me so high I felt id never meet the ground
More calming than a sea sound, then I was writing look at B found
They were the faces of rap music , maybe one day id one of the faces to do it
No words to describe it, hip hop looked inside my heart to inscribe it
This is why I love street poetry, I hope one day you leave my songs feeling like you know me


[verse 1]
Now and again I pick up the pen ,start writing and wondering when
These dreams are gonna take flight, I’m always writing with my heroes late night
The dudes I feel i almost know, helped me put my thoughts on paper with the utmost flow
I knew they would never ever let me down, the beat put me so high I felt id never meet the ground
More calming than a sea sound, then I was writing look at B found
They were the faces of rap music , maybe one day id one of the faces to do it
No words to describe it, hip hop looked inside my heart to inscribe it
This is why I love street poetry, I hope one day you leave my songs feeling like you know me


[verse 2]
Story of a young male miss understood, who let the dropout music carry him like Miss Underwood
More than OK more than the thunder would, be a supersonic hit a track go super on it
Why do people minds change when I show I can rap, that’s okay with they’re gums they can flap
This flow was heaven sent, live your life in the church but act as if you don’t get what the reverend meant
You see to me that’s just ignorant, this hits like the bang that the trigger sent
Racism, that’s just how y’all was raised, now tell me how tall is praise
Its from the critics you improve, I don’t hate you I see what’s best in you
Through our mouths we can change the world, paint a picture of the south not as funny as my name is earl


[verse 3]
Id explain better if I understood myself, for the racism to be gone id give my health
Tupac and MLK two of the most influential people ever, but the good die young and I have the rest of the journey to endeavor
I hear them say you cant change them but ill try, got ground to cover and I don’t know what I’ll fly
To get over these huge mountains, but make these wishes come true and wont use fountains
The world bleeding children caught in the crossfire, foreclosure signs no home because the cost higher
And still everyone has a problem with not conforming , I’m up here doing me I’m not performing
Takes a lot to be yourself right lady gaga Kanye West, man is my rap idol double entendre best
Don’t know what id be doing without jay and Lupe , honestly I don’t care what you say





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MoraleAsh said...
Jan. 6, 2012 at 9:54 pm
I think this song has a lot of potential! I'd love to hear the beat you have in mind for it. It's really catchy and your rhyming is superb. My critique focuses on your first verse. First things first, did you mean to post your first verse twice? If so, I think the repetition (for not being your chorus) does not add any sort of greatness to your song, especially placing them right after one another. Also I didn't understand the "look at B found". Other than that, great job. Keep writing!
 
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