DO YOU KNOW WHAT I AM SAYING?
by Ray Holmes
I GET MAD WHEN YOU KEEP ASKING, “DO YOU KNOW WHAT I AM SAYING?”
NO, I DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU ARE SAYING BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT SAYING ANYTHING.
ALL WE CAN HEAR, OVER AND OVER AGAIN IS “DO YOU KNOW WHAT I AM SAYING?”
IF YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE SAYING, JUST SAY WHAT YOU WANT TO SAY INSTEAD ASKING, “DO YOU KNOW WHAT I AM SAYING?”
WHEN YOU SAY WHAT YOU MEAN WE WILL HEAR WHAT YOU SAY WHEN YOU SAY IT.
SO JUST SAY WHAT YOU MEAN INSTEAD OF KEEP ASKING, “DO YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING?”
JUST TELL US WHAT YOU ARE SAYING BY SAYING WHAT YOU ARE SAYING.
BECAUSE WE HAVE EARS AND CAN HEAR WHAT YOU ARE SAYING WHEN YOU SAY IT!
THEN WHEN WE HEAR WHAT YOU HAVE SAID EVERYONE WILL KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE SAID AND EVERYBODY WILL THEN KNOW WHAT YOU ARE SAYING.
THEN YOU WON’T HAVE TO KEEP ASKING EVERYBODY “DO YOU KNOW WHAT I’M SAYING?”
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Artist: Ray Holmes
Genre: Spoken Word
Bio: Ray E. Holmes is a retired U.S. Army Colonel and Independent Training consultant. He is an author of “PLAN To Party: How You Can Prevent DUIs.” which educates the readers of the effects of alcohol and other impairing substances. It suggests proactive approaches to preventing DUIs for those 21 or older who choose to drink). Plan and avoid the extreme costs and consequences of DUI convictions.
Piece: DO YOU KNOW WHAT I AM SAYING?
Piece Description: Uses repetition to express the frustration of many in the use of “Do You Know What I’m Saying?”