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..and we will teach him how to smile



..and we will teach him how to smile
By premi on 04/19/2007
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There was a boy, who did not know how to smile,
Cos the world had forgotten him for so long a time!
Guns in his hand and the devil in his mind..
Bullets he fired, killing one dream at a time.

A girl so pretty, she made her guy smile,
No longer here, her bro never got to say goodbye;
Cos of a boy who did not know how to smile,
The world had forgotten him for so long a time!

Professor old, the holocaust he survived!
Against a bloody door, he nobly lies;
Cos of a boy who did not know how to smile
The world had forgotten him for so long a time!
His fraulein he wooed, and german, he taught...
spectacles now lie in a pool of blood;
Cos of a boy who did not know how to smile
The world had forgotten him for so long a time!

Baseball dreams in his mind and the Lord in his heart,
from his new job, so soon, he now must part;
Cos of a boy who did not know how to smile
The world had forgotten him for so long a time!

I am a girl, oh! So like you..
Pink dreams, a job and a loving guy too!
There’s this boy I’ve seen, who does not know how to smile..
I will give him mine. I wanna be alive.



© By premi On 4/19/2007 6:44:03 AM
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