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I knew you when you were a child, I don’t recall you, Although I tried,   Were you were sweet, While I was wild, The precious pet of the classroom kind,   An image of a smiling child,
  A crack resounds from the soul of the earth.  
  My boy wished on me every night,  In joy, in rage, in fright.  But where is my boy tonight?    My boy is gone, for now he's a man.  He won't wish on me, although he can. 
You are with me still Though your body has turned to dust and reclaimed by earth, Your ghost still lurks … right. Here. Your scent lingers on the petals of every rose,
Training day and night Brave soul signed to his country Blood, Sweat, and Tears Behind loved ones are kept waiting   Brave soul signed to his country Trained to fight Fears faced
Origin (Innocence of the Past)
Why do you need an alarm clock when you never arrive at time? If you ask me, it's futile; just dont show up But be weary of the consequences that com with such ideals Got to look up and put on the usual poker face
A lost soul in a pit of despair,
i dream of happier days:before the cell phone,her now-constant companion.before computers, iPods.before she caredabout how she looks.about fitting in,conforming.back when a night light 
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