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James Merchant


I Never Wanted To Be So Pale


God is God
God is God
God is God

I am I
I am I
I am I

Nothing was Nothing
Nothing was Nothing
Nothing was Nothing

Anything was Everything
Anything was Everything
Anything was Everything

I never wanted to be pale
Skin like the lace on a wedding veil
I never wanted to fail
At being such an open book for sale

God is God
You are You
I am I
We Are Us

Submitted: Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, June 20, 2012

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Self-confidence of myself and others in a vague nutshell.

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