I want a real man


See, I no longer want a nigga
I want a man
A man that knows the difference between a partner and a friend
A man that believes intamacy should be shared between partners
And not friends
A man that believes in spiritual connections that never ends
See, I no longer want a nigga
I want a man
That makes plans for us to go out on dates
Not a "I wanna come over to see you" ass nigga
That wants to only see me when it's late
He's not original and manogamy he truly hates
See, I no longer want a nigga
I want a man
A man that'll provide and do everything he can
To make other women call my phone and say "damn girl, you got a good man. I wish my man was as good as him."
See, I no longer want a nigga
I want a man
That finds out my ring size then gets that diamond and make wedding plans
A man that book flights so he can take me on surprise trips
Traveling the world, to Italy, Jamaica, and Japan
Laying on beaches with white sands
Holding my hand, showing me off while I effortlessly rock some jeans that support my curves as his hands are on my hips
As I spin around while he smacks my thighs and we lock lips
A man that wants to buy houses together, and even different whips
I want a real man
A black man
Unapologetically sophisticated man
Can switch it up from jeans and a Tee
to suit and tie kinda man
A man that works hard, and, plays hard
a man with a plan
I want a real man
A laid back man
Don't tell people what he's gonna do but does it kinda man
A real manI want a man

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