The Unfairness Of Angels 
  matthew Bartram

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 My bad (Teen wolf)

Feeling the hairs break through my human skin
In class I felt it all begin
It wasn't like what I read in the books
In school they looked past my looks
Full moons didn't make me change
But I did feel really strange

My bad
Your bad
Teen wolf under Grad
Just like you told me dad
A werewolf simple lad

I turned from a geek
Into a hero in a week
A man in wolfs clothing
No way of knowing
I didn't need to be a wolf no more
The kids at college would no longer ignore

My bad
Your bad
Teen wolf under Grad
Just like you told me dad
A werewolf simple lad

When it came down to the basketball game
I tried to explain
That I never wanted to be a wolf to win
That I can slam the ring with human skin
At the end, when I won the match
I was pleased that the werewolf gave me just a scratch

My bad
Your bad
Teen wolf under Grad
Just like you told me dad
A werewolf simple lad


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