Sitting in class hoping to pass math soon
get my GED so i can rest easy.
Pencil to the paper A square plus B square C square beware
the pythagorean theorem got me confused if i could choose not to view the problems.
But i can solve em calculator in hand teacher in my ear telling me i can do it get through it.
I am going to be successful and watch the rest fall into place one day i will be seen in that military green U.S infantry going to be all i can be.
Haters wait to see and envy me because they work at burger king and i'm popping an M16 for my country you best trust me no i'm not bluffing.
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