Sometimes it’s best to take a back seat,
(keep the beat) write copy that complements and let the (melody pervade) artwork or design make the stronger impression.
Sometimes it’s best to strut your stuff,
(rock a gut-busting solo) write copy that shocks or inspires, leaving nothing behind but (a butt sweat mark) an audience in awe of your linguistic superpowers.
And sometimes it’s even best to
(play) write nothing at all, because silence communicates more than any (beat) words ever could.
Whatever’s best for the entire
(song) project is the best thing for you.