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Chris Leermakers

Rookie - 33 Points (13/10/1974 / Melbourne, Australia)

Truth


Change Is Consistant
Change Is A Fact
A Bit Unpredictable
Life Likes It, Like That
Try To Accept It, Try To Let Go
Slowly Or Quickly, I Try Not To Show
Becoming That Different Isn't Always That Bad
So Why Try To Help It
You'll Only Get Sad
A Natural Progression, A Thing Of The Past
A Perceptual Session
Only Coming In Last
Try To Avoid, Things Being The Same
You Know The Rules Of Life's Crazy Games
Learn To Compromise
You Don't Have A Choice
And Yearn To Hypnotise To One Day Rejoice
Love Me And Leave Me
I Love It That Way
Make Me See The Light, At The End Of The Day
No Two Days Are The Same

There's Nothing Identical
No Matter How Good
Whatever The Spectacle
Either Accept Or Regret
Times That Lay Ahead
Try Not To Fret
Just Sleep Where You Lay Your Head
Why Worry Over Nothing
It's A Natural Part Of Life
Only When It's Something
The Natural Is A Strife
Some Things ARe Inevitable
They Are Bound To Happen
So Don't Get Uncontrollable
Just Learn To Slacken

It's A Good Thing
Boring Otherwise
The Truth Like Spring
There Is No Disguise
Nothing Is Forever
And Better Yet
When Is Whenever
Incase You Forget...



'Knowledge Isn't Everything. Knowledge Is Limited.
Imagination Encircles The World'.

- Albert Einstein

Submitted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, April 26, 2013
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