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    dots Submission Name: Men like you.dots
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    Author: TalentedChild
    ASL Info:    17
    Elite Ratio:    1.85 - 19/81/106
    Words: 176
    Class/Type: Poetry/Mirror or Mask
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    dotsMen like you.dots
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    You cant learn to tell the truth until you learned how to lie
    and you cant learn to love till you have a heart
    But men like you never start

    You can't smile unless you've felt the pain
    A smile like that could bring out the sun right after the rain
    But men like you don't hurt

    You can't give up when you won't give in
    You can't start something when you don't know where
    to begin
    But men like you never try

    You can't succeed if you don't ever fail
    and you can't cure love
    when the ships already sailed
    But men like you give up.

    You can't heal wounds, if you won't cry
    You can't let go, if you won't try
    You can't give up, if you want to win
    You got to dream big and hold up your chin.
    You got to smile to heal that pain, so that you can dance in that rain
    So men like you can live.








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