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Vincent Tinto


Walk Casually Into The Sun


As I walk along my chosen path I know there is work to be done.
As I walk casually into the sun

As I stare at the marquis that bares my name I wonder how long will my show run
As I walk casually into the sun

As I ponder each step and charted course to my next action I ponder, have I yet begun?
As I walk casually into the sun

As the road gets rocky does this mean a rocky road or just loose pebbles undone
As I walk casually into the sun

As I look down at my feet and then at the sky, I think where am I what have I become
As I walk casually into the sun

As a boy I was a wimpy kid knowing it did not feel right, myself, I would not shun
As I walk casually into the sun

As greatness goes, it is not always great, . Greatness always is, I am the one
As I walk casually into the sun

As a man the plan was always this, to be great you must do what you love
As I walk casually into the sun

As I am in the now I know this, be great for those you love only then will you rise above.
As I walk casually into the sun

Submitted: Friday, April 09, 2010

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