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Broken Bones And Heavy Stones By John De La Cruz

been falling into the wrong hole
quick take me with you to the shore
fish will glow and light an ocean tone
lets wet our feet and run a long the coast
been falling into the wrong hole
give me one more night of hope
been falling into the wrong hole
it takes one man to ring the bells
it takes one knee to bring a living hell
in takes one hand to write a fairytale
been falling into the wrong hole
broken bones and heavy stones
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Was born in 1986. Grew up in Fontana, California. Graduated high school in 2004. Some college for midi, music fundamentals, voice. Currently a song writer and poet. Experimenting. more…

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