For my entry, I am submitting an original song title “I don’t.” This song is about the struggle that most teens go through when deciding whether to look at their phones or not when they are on the road. Each verse reinforces the notion that it is better to be safe than sorry, and that focusing on driving is infinitely more important than any text could be. I had so much fun making this song, and I believe it is a very catchy way of reminding people to stay safe while driving. Honestly, the hardest part about the project was trying to make something under 90 seconds! Here are the lyrics for the song: I Don’t By Max Reed Maxreedd715@gmail.com Verse 1: 365 days Are in a year, And on every single one I need two hands to steer. Verse 2: My foot’s on the gas And my eyes on the road, And a sound that can’t be found Is my new ring tone. Chorus 1: Now I pull up to the light, Do I look at my phone? I don’t. Ooh, I don’t. Verse 3: When I hop in my car I click it, so no ticket, And my phone’s a distraction So you know I gotta ditch it. Chorus 2: But I’m alone on the road, Do I look at my phone? I don’t. Oooh, you bet I don’t.