Saints And Sinners - Poem by Benjamin Sorvel
Every-ones a saint and every-ones a sinner, you can make somebody laugh, or make yourself thinner, but you'll still be a saint and you'll still be a sinner.
You can make somebody cry, or take someone to dinner, but you'll still be a saint and you'll still be a sinner.
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