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True Call

Fast cars, movie stars, ship to Mars.
What a world this has become!
Children laughing people passing
On a busy streets. Life in perpetual
Motion, with few moments of peaceful
Devotion.

Where has the peace and tranquility scattered
When conformity didn't matter?
How has the song we sing, lose the peace it brings?
In the heart of man beats muffled, in a tin can.
Escape this hassle and demand, let originality
Bravely stand.

This world isn't taking from a man when he gives
All that he can. We hold the key to many doors,
We can even uneven scores, so just give it your
All, let the free spirit walk tall, maybe then
We can rise to our true call.



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True Call