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Done some things in my life and I am ashamed
But I stood like a man and I took the blame
So you can point and stand there looking down
I got things to do guess I'll see you around

You can call me a liar
You can call me anything you please
In the end I will rise up
While you will still be on your knees

My hands are clean and I've made my peace
I've walked many nights alone on the streets
I respect your thoughts and I'll take your words
But excuse me if you get nothing in return

You can call me a liar
You can call me anything you please
In the end I will rise up
While you will still be on your knees

I should have seen the signs it was clear
But things aren't always like they first appear
Underneath it all is sometimes hard to find
Sometimes you dig so deep you lose your mind

You can call me crazy
You can call me anything you please
In the end I will stand up
While you will still be on your knees

You can call me a liar
You can call me anything you please
In the end I will rise up
While you will still be on your knees



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