Hebert Logerie

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Bieber, When You Are Young


You are not very smart yet
You are simply stupid and strong
You should know when to be quiet
Look at you Bieber, who’ve been so wrong
You may end up in jail
Where you’ll see the color of hell
You are neither Louis Armstrong
Nor H.Engelbert
You are behaving like Presley
You are neither Baudelaire
Nor Gustave Flaubert
You’ll no longer be pretty; you’ll be “laid”
By doing too many ugly deeds
You should start spreading good seeds
Before things and everything get worse
Before, God forbids, you’ll be part of a hearse
Listen to my advice
Be cool, be smart and be nice
For now be careful
So you can remain kool and youthful.

Submitted: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 24, 2014

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