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Patrick Tincher


Fight or Flight


Run
Run in shame boy
Try and hide your damned crime
From all the world to see
Was it a statement you were trying to make
Well you should have planned and seen another way
Or better yet
You should stand and face it like a man
Or on second thought would that mean growing up boy
Yes you should stand and face it
Like a man or would that mean growing up boy
Yes you should grow up take part in life
Fixing the problems put on hold
Starting with your crime
It's your choice fight or flight

Submitted: Wednesday, May 05, 2010
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