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“Shade”

Austin Carmichael, Staff Writer

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Take it or leave it

Fight it or beat it

It’s worth what it’s worth

And opportunity’s leaving

So make the decision

Put in the work

Either fortify or

Watch it go up in smoke

 

Dancing with sweat

Flirting with hate

His smirk is calling

Better save the date

Throwing punches

At a target so small

When it finally hits

Feel like king of ‘em all

 

Been messin’ with the shade

It’s a dangerous game

Messin’ with the shade

Now the damage is done

 

Used to keep my mouth shut

But one day the gate opened

And I’ve been trying to close it

Again for so long

Used to keep my head cool

But one day it got hot

And I’ve been trying to cool it

down for so long

 

Been messin’ with the shade

It’s a dangerous game

Messin’ with the shade

Now the damage is done

 

Do you think anyone really cares about what you have to say?

Actually, they do.

Sometimes people remember what you say for a lifetime.

Sometimes words can start wars.

Tread carefully.

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