All By Myself - Poem by tim gallacher
All by myself, I learned life was not fair.All by myself, cause no body was there.
All by myself, I fish for bass.All by myself, cause no body can stand my sass.
All by myself, I learned how to surf. All by myself, I would appreciate Mother Earth.
All by myself, I would just sit and stare. All by myself, I wished somebody would care.
All by myself, I find myself again. All by myself, it's a game I can not win.
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