Everything in life is a thin line,
It’s like the pop of a bottle of red wine,
Ain’t a Frank Edoho show where u get three lifelines,
Ain’t a bar where u get ur martini with a slice of lime.
A thin line between freedom and getting caged,
A thin line between being a virgin and getting laid,
Being broke and getting paid,
Winning a hand with the ace of spades.
Life’s a black and white picture,
whether urs is a gloomy or a bright future,
it suprises u like an epileptic seizure,
every depends on God , like a surgeon performing sutures.
Some say it’s fate, others say have faith,
fate is what is dished to you ona a plate,
like when Leo met Kate on the titanic,
wouldn’t have mattered if one was black or hispanic,
whether the ship was small or gigantic,
being from opposite sides made it more romantic.
Same goes for Romeo and Juliet
what a combination, the duet,
what a sad end, they met,
a thin line between life and death.
A thin line between love and hate,
betrayal of being used as bait,
a blind man putting on stevie wonder’s shades,
viewing the world in a different perpective,
unborn babies avoided using contraceptives,
i wonder if we’re in any way sensitive.
A thin line between the first snort and addiction,
the difference between a true story and a fiction,
‘Why do fools fall in love’ was an instance,
spotted Amy Winehouse from a far distance,
Singing she didn’t wanna go to rehab,
but the will not to, she didn’t have.
A thin line between penetration and ejaculation,
after an orgasm comes a moan of satisfaction,
folks at home told me about protection,
paid the price when i didn’t heed to correction,
ended up stepping into Magic Johnson’s shoes,
got to hustle hard to pay ma dues,
always be faithful and speak the truth,
‘remember the Lord in the days of thy youth’.
It’s a thin line between heaven and hell,
where we end up only time will tell,
here I sign out wishing everybody well,
remember the slogan ‘saved by the bell’