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I like to think things will all work out fine.
I like to take things one step at a time.
I like to take things and make a design,
and I like to take things and put them to rhyme,
like those things that are confusing 
and the things that seem so clear,
and the things that seem so far away 
and yet they seem so near.
There are some things I have lost 
and a few things I have found.
Well it's so hard to keep track of things, 
there's so many things around.
Some things turn out all wrong, 
but some things turn out all right.
Some things don't turn out at all, 
but then again they might.
There are things that come too soon 
and some things that come too late
It's the best thing to come early 
so you have some time to wait.
You can hang things on your wall 
or you can leave your things around,
or you can simply take all of your things 
and put them underground,
and maybe later on,
they will dig them up some day,
and "ooh" and "ahh", and 'how about that?' 
Who knows the things they'll say?
Well it's hard to talk with words, 
there's some things you just can't say,
and it's best to leave some things alone 
in case they go away.
You can share some things with friends.
There's some things we've all been through.
Well it's things like this and things like that 
and how are things with you?

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