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Rise

Sometimes there are walls that cannot be broken
When you are fighting alone
When you'll need other voice, advices spoken
And someone pushes you out of your throne

Betrayed, undignified with no place to go
I told you so... I told you so
Sometimes it's too late to return
They told you so, we told you so
Did you ever listen ?

Sometime come holes you cannot jump through
And wind just sings of your fall
Stories like these are not something new
It all has happened before

Betrayed, undignified with no place to go
You should have known, I told you so
Sometimes there's no use looking back
They told you so, we told you so
For once please listen

Sometimes you need to climb to pass that wall
The only way is up so hold your stance
Sometimes you need to climb from deepest holes
There is always that one more chance

Betrayed, undignified, you need to go on
I tell you so, I tell you so
You won't return but you will rise
They tell you so, we tell you so

I tell you so, we tell you so
For once please listen
I tell you so...

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Karolina Marszałkowska

Hello. I am just one of us , random 20 year old girl that loves to write. I'm writing not to gain fame or respect , just because it brings me happiness. Feel free to read, criticize. All your comments are welcomed cause I'd like to know what you think. ^^ more…

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