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Nabil Nazmi

Rookie (08/01/1989 / Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia)

Believe


How sad it is, to be a loser
How sad it is, to be lonely
How sad it is, to find out that your parents
doesn't believe in you,

Now, believe in yourself, to be somebody
Now, believe in yourself, to strive harder
Now, believe in yourself, to make people
believe in you,

How thankful are you now, that you are a winner
How grateful are you now, that people stood up to you
How happy are you, that your parents believes in you,

In life, you'll face up's and down's.It's important to stay mentaly positive and strong it to believe in yourself to achieve something.

Submitted: Sunday, May 06, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, February 22, 2011

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