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They tell meDon't look backKeep your head highThings will get better They tell me, they tell meYou are a strong oneThe past is in the pastThings will get better
Today, once again, I am down. So, I look around. Down the street, I see a clown. I frown. Through the window, I see a beautiful gown. I have a meltdown. Is there nothing in this town?
It's like I'm lost in an ocean blue as can be without a map in my hand or a single home to call mine I've been looking for answers looking for what's true but when I look for love
Now, Joy was filled all over, And sadness is seen in some; Though joyous they would be, they seem sad But sweetness flowed on others minds.   Sadness was filled, by the day’s end
Lonely face while he walks the streetWater from my eyes like sea salt-laden galesThe last they heard from him was a tweetAll she wanted was to hear a taleThe Moon was bright as a lamp-post
The strength of a smile, 
coffee so much coffee better get coffee i desire this so badly for you to have your coffee nothing is worth your frowning face   (May 2013)
happy so happy better get happy i desire this so badly for you to not be sad ever nothing is worth your frowning face   (2012ish)
Broken smiles Fall to the ground Littered with lips Fragile like glass As the emotions sink deeper into their past Through layers of forgotten guilt And terrible things they had felt
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