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Don't run, take a walk

Don’t run, take a walk Deal with things better than before There will be breakers there will be hurdles Be worried but never a hopeless You could be the sun You could be the moon Which shines in their own ways Find yourself, enlighten yourself Just don’t compare yourself, don’t compare yourself. Don’t rush, start early Heal yourself bit more than yesterday There will some wrongs there will some rumor Learn from them and fail better You could be the teacher You could be the student Who have their own lessons To learn or to teach to take for test or to repeat Just don’t give up on yourself, give wings to yourself Don’t just react, be a listener World is a big question, be a solution There will be mockers there will be brokers Take a look at them with grace but never stop there You could be a hero You could be the man Who could think different despite banging on his head Just don’t wait to get sucked, ed, mugged Don’t get forgotten, be a memory You should be the thought not the accessories There will be betters there will be greats Chase them all till the night late You could be the one You could be that fun Who could be a life around the dead Just don’t die before your death, before resolving your math Don’t feel ashamed, smile at them Let them judge you as its all your plan There will be your day there will be the time Make your way in hall full of criticism that not even in line You could be the star You could be that far Just don’t run away from you Nourish, cherish, admire and adore yourself You could be on the top You could be about to be on the top Just don’t forget your struggle don’t forget your people Just no need to burn all day like the sun, be patient your days will come

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