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Don't let the idiots get you down

Everyone knows this song
Even when your right your still wrong
They expect you just to go along
What kind of drugs are they on
Treated like something under there shoe
Walking all over talking down to you
Made to feel like we haven't got a clue
Control us is what they want to do
Show your strength don't waste your time
Your better than them don't lose your shine

Don't let the idiots get you down
They're not worth the tears or the frown
And I know its easier said than done
But your not like them your someone

Everyone knows this situation
Power trips of intimidation
They love to give you aggravation
Attacking your spirit leaving indentation
Treated like your not worth your skin
Pushing and pulling you out and in
About you they don't know a thing
They walk around believing themselves queen and king
Show courage in yourself don't crumble
Block out the uglyness stand tall and remain of heart so beautiful

Don't let the idiots get you down
They're not worth the tears or the frown
And I know its easier said than done
But your not like them your someone

Just remember whats important
Because they're not important at all
Don't let them drag you to the ground
For the ground is for there fall
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