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Pierre Rausch

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YCCTWWYOTH


As people loose their ways, loose friends, loose luck
The real hero loves milk
The real heroe takes never drugs
Show it the other, give it another
The real hero directly defies clause
Find the soul-mate, before it's too late
You can change the world with your own two
hands
As people find their ways, find friends, find luck
The real hero proves himself in daily live
Show you are mature, treat each as nature,
The real hero never attacks
Find the soul-mate, the one you are relate
You can change the world with your own two
hands

Submitted: Monday, August 05, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 06, 2013
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