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The hills were alive with wildflowersAnd I was as wild, even wilder than theyFor at least I could run, they just died in the sunAnd I refused to just wither in placeJust a wild mountain rose, needing freedom to growSo I ran fearing not where I’d goWhen a flower grows wild, it can always surviveWildflowers don’t care where they growAnd the flowers I knew in the fields where I grewWere content to be lost in the crowdThey were common and close, I had no room for growthI wanted so much to branch outI uprooted myself from home ground and leftTook my dreams and I took to the roadWhen a flower grows wild, it can always surviveWildflowers don’t care where they growI grew up fast and wild and I never felt rightIn a garden so different from meI just never belonged, I just longed to be goneSo the garden, one day, set me freeHitched a ride with the wind and since he was my friendI just let him decide where we’d goWhen a flower grows wild, it can always surviveWildflowers don’t care where they growRepeat chorus



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