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Sure Ma Sure

Stepped outside to see the squares and cylinders of the world Take me to a place where only the thunderbird resides Show me the dried tears and the bloody sweats Of forgotten mothers Of forgetful children Did we not cherish our childhood memories Did we not felt our merriment at our own very home And you dare told me that forever you were void of motherhood love nor warmth And what I heard from you was only this hollow call Harrowing thoughts This needless fall Of you displaying gallantly those steely balls For ever more..for ever sure...for never sore To even pure...just to cure.... Sure ma sure Your heart..been set Like a stone So sure so pure it wont cure

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