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    Author: hyproglo
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    dotsTo knowdots
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    Give me just a moment
    I know I'll never be as grand as them
    Just give me a moment to be


    To breathe
    where did simplicity give way to
    a half an hour glass full of a lifetime of question marks.

    If I compared the past to what is present,
    I'd be downtrodden too


    No matter what gets blown away by time, there will always be that one time

    That one time

    That day,
    That moment,
    That hour,
    That minute,
    That second,
    Where nothing felt torn.

    But those times are not for me
    They are all for you

    Were you to wait a whole lifetime
    I'll not return

    Never met a clock that was my friend

    No need to steal from a thief.

    No need to spread a belief.

    No need to be bitter at the end.

    As you hear them singing...all along their roads...where did you come from? where did you go? where went that moment that we never wanted anyone to know?






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