yihuai ying


After Being Famous


I think it's not bad of being famous
Some people's help, care, and praises
But when it's time to face the self
Unbearable feelings burst out so intense
This scent I ever experienced
So strong to last two miles in street
When you know you deserve people's eyesights
It's better to be sure to make up your hairs
Sometimes fame costs
At the expense of one's happiness
Do you really wanna be famous and lost all of your freedom

Submitted: Monday, October 09, 2006
Edited: Thursday, October 14, 2010

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