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There are professors that can't change a tire on a car,
There are mechanics that can't calculate the death of a star.
There are mathematicians that cannot eat meat,
There are butchers that can't use a spreadsheet.
There are Librarians that don't know how to cook,
There are chefs that have never read a book.
There are beekeepers that never make money,
There are bankers that haven't ever tasted honey.
There are poets that have never written about love,
There are lovers that can't find caring words to speak of.
But with all of the things you can or can't do,
just love yourself for there's only one you.

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