Shake Those Blues
This is why we need to do anything we can do to Shake Those Blues,
Even if we have to admit that we are worried and down and have no clue.
With this we need to get friends and rise up your spirit,
So you do not wind up in a casket.
It is even best when we have a normal exercise routine,
Could you make happy because you are mean and lean.
As we get older it is hard for us want to take the time to eat a healthy meal.
But by us taking the time to relax and taking the time to cool could give us a healthier feel.
With all of these things that can cause the Case of those Ole Blues
We can try to think ahead before our sadness would even breakthrough
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