Song for Us

Heard a song in the car today 
'Bout girls that cheer and boys that play
They were their town's kings and queens
And everyone that knows them dreams
About those good ol' kids of fall 
To me that don't seem right at all 
I'm sure those folks are nice enough
But for most that just 'aint how it was
So how 'bout someone sings 
A song for us 

Maybe you were new to town 
Felt lonely and got real down 
Thought you couldn't be yourself 
Was a bully to somebody else
Maybe you were pushed around
At home, at school, up and down
So you ran with a rebel crowd
That wore their misfit badges proud

Exchange students and mathletes
Stoners and band geeks
A different look, a different type
You do you, you'll do alright 
So kids of summer, kids of fall
Queens and kings of the school hall
Won’t you add your voices to the chorus
We'll sing this song for all of us 

June 28, 2018

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Date: 6/28/2018 9:48:00 PM
Andrew, this rhyming social justice write is spot on.. love it!
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Andrew Jung
Date: 6/29/2018 5:42:00 PM
Thank you so much!