The Song I Should Have Written | AydeeTheGreat Carson

“[James Baldwin]:
“I’m going to improvise, like a writer, on some assumptions.

And, though I feel a little uneasy in doing this—and saying this—nevertheless,
what a writer is obliged, at some point, to realize
is that he’s involved in a language
which he has to

change.”

[1]
He walked from just above rock bottom, to not stardom,
but starting to understand my problems are probably all my own.
And know, homie, I’m holding my own,
owning my own plan like the man I was destined to be.
A dot desires the finer.
Denies the defining.
He lies where the diamonds you find in the rough are stuffed—
No fucks given. If it’s just living then live yours.
I’ll live mine, and we’ll cross courses in due time.
If not, then no bother, I’m hardly at odds wit it,
I chill—a homebody—attracted to odd women.
Party wit’ gods—nope, not church, not a façade.
I read books for fun, make students out of a squad.

It’s not a game, not the same shit you’re used to.
I do it cause I find it suitable – and hope you will decide it’s beautiful.
But never my aim is to make what you want how you want when you want it,
I make what I like when I write. I’m alright when it’s right, so I’m writing this here in this moment.

[Hook]
So, fuck what you want.
I write what I what I write.
And I’m cool. So what if you don’t.
I like what I like.
I’m impatient, and blatantly making my statements despite
any space of complacency.
I write what I like.

So, fuck what you want.
I write what I what I write.
And I’m cool. So what if you don’t.
I like what I like.
I’m impatient, and blatantly making my statements despite
any space of complacency.
I write what I like.
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