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Renda Writer - Growing


Growing into you
It's just what... you're suppossed to do

Growin up
And moving on
Turn it up
And turn it on

Growing, going fast
Like the sand
In the hourglass

Grow as you go
Listen, learn, and know
What you've gotta learn
Learn how to listen
While you talk

Let's grow
Let's go
Let's go take a walk

Go fast from the start
But pace the rate
Of your heart

Don't get burned out
Just keep going

Don't get down
Don't look down
Just keep looking up
And going up

Submitted: Thursday, November 19, 2009

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