This is my first time actually writing lyrics for an original piece, so I can say that I'm a songwriter now, I guess. What's the difference between a song and piece you ask? Apparently, whether or not it's sung: look it up.
Backstory: I was feeling like a friend of mine and I needed to just stop talking to each other, because our relationship was getting kind of toxic, but I knew that even if I had brought it up he would have discredited my concerns and said that it was my fault (which, in all fairness, it mostly was) and that I was trying to push him away because I have difficulty growing attached to people--whatever that means (which again, in all fairness, I was and do, respectively). Despite that, I felt strongly enough about the whole ordeal that I wrote a *song* about it, which is, as you may or may not recall, atypical for me. I managed to write most of the words to this in roughly 3 hours (without breaks because who needs muscles in their legs, anyway?) so if you think that some of the lyrics are cringe-worthy or just kinda bad then you're probably not wrong, but this is the first time I've ever done this kind of thing so I blame my novice-hood.
A lot of credit is going to @flat.io_earther
for just giving really good, technical feedback, I'd also like to think the academy, and my mothers, and all the people who supported me, et cetera, et alia, and to all-ya, a good night!
(and if you were invested in the backstory at all, I did bring the situation up to my friend, and it went about how I expected, which is what inspired measures 64 - 68)