But I can never right my wrongs unless I write em down for real
This is literally a play on words using “right”… sort of the same way that Kanye West used in the end of his second verse in Kanye West’s “Touch the Sky”:
Not to mention the transition to the hook by extending use of the term “P.S.” at the end.
His reiteration of the last line in both Lamar and Drake’s verse is to re-emphasize the theme of poetic justice — making things right with finely crafted compositions.
Also, the wrongs represent the times he has been wrong when it comes to relationships; whether it be he broke hearts or just the girls he chose were never the right ones. And now he wants to show her that he only cares about her and having her. He hopes that writing a bunch of songs about her will get her to see all of the mistakes he made in his past and show that he can help her fix hers. Poetic Justice at its best.
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