Daniel Wittfoth

Rookie (January 8th,1966)

Lessons Learned Poem by Daniel Wittfoth


Verse 1

There are few regrets
that I carry here within
A few words
maybe I souldn't have written down

Verse 2

Seen better days
up on that big movie screen
But that ain't my life
that's not me

Chorus

Lessons learned
with every tear-every goodbye
Every moment I let slip away
not lived fully
Wondering how in the hell
will everything turn out
lessons learned

Verse 3

Seen bad times-rain falling
like tears cried on lonely nights
Somethings just not able to undo
you can't change history
When it gets harder
I just get that much stronger

Chorus

Lessons learned
with every tear-every goodbye
Every moment I let slip away
not lived fully
Wondering how in the hell
will everything turn out
lessons learned

Bridge

Chorus

Lessons learned
with every tear-every goodbye
Every moment I let slip away
not lived fully
Wondering how in the hell
will everything turn out
lessons learned...

Submitted: Wednesday, October 11, 2006
Edited: Friday, October 15, 2010
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