When I am writing a song, say, a blues song, it’s not up to me to try to make it a reggae song. Because the songs tell you, “I am a blues song. I am not a reggae song.” Maybe when it’s finished and it’s in its pure form, somebody else could take it and change it and then it will work. Because it has already become what it was meant to be. But writing a bad song and saying, well, it’s bad because it’s not reggae, or it’s not blues or it’s not a ballad, that doesn’t make much sense. Because a song is what it is. It also sets its own tempo. It tells you what pace it should be taken at. And it also sets its own key.