Natasha McGee

Rookie (07061972 / Chicago)

Lessons Learned


The issue at hand is breaking news
Only seconds to prepare, without the singing of the blues
In knowing the facts is not a complicated task
Lessons Learned and being polite when you ask

The issue at hand is breaking news
Leading the people to truth without losing the screws
In knowing the fact is not a complicated task
Lessons Learned is enough to surpass

The issue at hand is breaking news
In view of the cameras and analyzing the videos on youtube
In knowing the facts is not a complicated task
Lessons Learned are enough to mention and not only grasp

The issue at hand is breaking news
Spotlight shifting due to unforseen views
In knowing the facts is not a complicated task
Lessons Learned are a Forever mask

The issue at hand is breaking news
Lights turned away due to unmentionable clues
In knowing the facts is not a complicated task
Lesson Learned leaves questions to ask

The issue at hand is breaking news
Lights, Camera and Action have come unglued
In knowing the facts is not a complicated task
Lessons Learned are engraved in your past

The issue at hand is breaking news
The pressure points have seen the enlighten truth and reuseable trash
In knowing the facts is not a complicated task
Lessons Learned are engraved in your past

In knowing the facts is not a complicated task
Lessons Learned are engraved in your past
And just have to ask :)

Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Edited: Saturday, November 19, 2011
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