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I had lived in paradise, surrounded by flowers and fruit. Things were sweet, But I knew there was more beyond the walls.  
I had lived in paradise, surrounded by flowers and fruit. Things were sweet, But I knew there was more beyond the walls.  
Sweet fruit, Forbidden fruit, I shall ignore god's warning, For to taste ambrosia I shall sin ten-thousand times more. I cannot resist the serpent, Nor do I think I would so desire.  
The most distinguishable coat, The Coat of Many Colors The brothers of Joseph knew it And of course it was admired. Perhaps they enjoyed it too much.
Apologies drop from your mouth like dead locusts,
Hello, Dr. King, have you heard the news? Children are being stereotyped because they aren’t as intelligent  as child prodigies at age 3. What can we do to fix this? 
They do not see what I feel inside But they see the smile that I can not hide Day after day I please their needs  But I am never questioned about what I need What did I do
  I have to admit That sometimes I’m "not all there" I’m a great actor Playing the part And choosing what to share   I wake up and decide what character to present
My mind is no clockwork. It has no mechanistic rules of a clock, has no one destination, or a repetitive circle of lines on the edge of Time. My mind is constrained by the jail of clocks and schedules:
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