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Put Your Trust In Me


The world is so confusing
The people stereotypical
And when I don't know what to do
Who can I turn to?

The fox hears my cry
And he comes near
He says put your trust in me
I can help you

But the fox is clever
Sly and decieving
When I put my trust in him
He tricked me

My spirit dampens
My trust grows weak
And when I don't know what to do
Who can I turn to?

The scorpion hears my cry
And he comes near
He says put your trust in me
I can help you

But the scorpion is a creature of habit
Waiting to strike and kill
When I put my trust in him
He tried to sting me

My spirit dampens
My trust grows weak
And when I don't know what to do
Who can I turn to?

The Basalisk hears my cry
And he comes near
He says put your trust in me
I can help you

But the Basalisk is trecherous
Ready to turn you to stone with a look
When I put my trust in him
He tried to petrify me

My spirit dampens
My trust grows weak
And when I don't know what to do
Who can I turn to?

The Alerion hears my cry
And he comes near
He says put your trust in me
I can help you

But the Alerion is viscious
With razor sharp wings and anger
When I put my trust in him
He hurt me

My spirit dampens
My trust grows weak
And when I don't know what to do
Who can I turn to?

The owl hears my cry
And he comes near
He says put your trust in me
I can help you

The owl is wise
With eyes that hold mystery's
When I put my trust in him
He helped me........

Submitted: Friday, September 12, 2008

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