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don't laugh at me

i'm a little boy with glass
the one they call a geek

a little girl
who never smile
b/c she have braces on her teeth

and i no how it feels
2 cry myself 2 sleep
i'm that kid on every playground
who's always chosen last

a single teenage ' mother 2 over come my past
you don't have 2 be my freind
but is it to much to ask

don't laugh at me '
don't call me names don't get your pleasure from my pain
in god's eyes we're all the same
some day we'll all have perfect wings
don't laugh at me.

im the criple on the cowrner'
that you pass on the street.
and i wouldn't be out here beging
if i had enough to eat
don't think i don't notice
that our eyes never meet
i lost my wife and my little boy
when someone crossed that yellow line
the day 'we laid them in the ground
is the day
i lost my mind
right now i'm down and holden this little cardboard sign
so don't laugh at me '
don't call me names
don't get ur plesure from my pain
in gods eyes we'll all have perfect wings

don't laugh at me
im fat 'im thin 'im short 'im tall ;im deaf' im blind
can't we all 'find a way to love everyone
so please don't laugh at me
don't call me names
don't get ur pleasure from my pain
in god's eyes we are all the saime
one day we all we'll have perefect wings

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Submitted on August 08, 2017

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