Heather Hill

Rookie (July 18,1989 / Arkadelphia)

Different World


Packing my bags this time, taking a brand new step into a whole new world.
On my own for once, it sure is lovely, but things are not the same like they were.
When your on your own there's more responsibilities so you can't really have a life
This life In a whole new world is not all that great.
But the freedom I have to roam is great.
I don't miss a single thing
Getting away is one wish I've had all my life
Walking out that door one last time, taking one step at a time. This time I know what I have to do
I know the risks the responsibilities
If I screw up I know its my fault
If things were like a dream I know I wouldn't screw up my life
I would have the world at my side have the guy I want
I would have everything going my way
But life's not like that
We all have our ups and downs
But no matter what keep your head up
I know this path I'm taking may not lead me to where I wanna go......But I'm still trying to live my dreams.

Submitted: Saturday, September 22, 2007
Edited: Monday, April 11, 2011
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