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Dave Ellis: Songs!

Songwriter

(Dave Ellis)
I’m gonna use my pop sensibility
To write a song about you and me
With big cliches and so much more
My love for you is like a really bad metaphor
I’ll throw in high notes sometimes
Any word’s fine as long as it rhymes
I’m catchy, I’m edgy, I own this mic
Now here’s the chorus and I think you’ll like it

Hey, babe, you got a nice ass
Please don’t walk away so fast
Hey, babe, my lyrics are tighter
It’s not so hard to be a songwriter

Now I’m on stage and you’re looking at me
I’ll sing something fake with sincerity
Frmsdarcsdfsdfh cryptic
It helps if I mumble a little bit

Hey, babe, you got a nice ass
Please don’t walk away so fast
Hey, babe, my lyrics are tighter
It’s not so hard to be a songwriter

I kick it to the bridge and maybe should I rap
I’m always ready to be tested like domestic beer on tap
My poetry flows like a jello shot
I throw in a clever stop
I’m too hot

Hey, babe, you got a nice ass
Please don’t walk away so fast
Hey, babe, my lyrics are tighter
It’s not so hard to be a songwriter

Here I am wrapping up a song
I know it’s nice but it didn’t take long to write
I want to be your radio friend
And so I’ll sing that chorus again and again and again

Hey, babe, you got a nice ass
Please don’t walk away so fast
Hey, babe, my lyrics are tighter
It’s not so hard to be a songwriter