Treasure Island

Lillie Ellis

(er.......)

just run


(walk)

I walk to my destiny
I walk to my life
I walk to without care
I don't want to be here today
I walk without enthusiasm
I walk without life
I walk to my destiny
I walk to my life


(Run)

I run to my destiny
I run to my life
I run with care
I'm glad I'm here today
I run with enthusiasm
I run to life
I run to my destiny
I run to my life


With walking comes bitterness
With running comes sweetness
People who walk with life
They taking no chances,
no risks
People who run with life
are free
Free to be them

Remember when you're walking
don't be so bitter
try a light jog
Remember when you're running
be cautious
but stay who you are

For those of you who don't
know who you are
that's not a problem
not a problem at all

All you walkers out there
get up and live
All you runners out there
stay true to yourself
Never stop running

Never stop running at all

Submitted: Sunday, March 22, 2009

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