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RACHEL (Marie Claire D'Ubaldo)
Rachel, you never wear tights
Rachel, you're fighting for your rights
Nobody can take you seriously,
They say you're still too young
And Rachel, you would have liked to be a guy
But it's your life, it's your own disguise
And it's your right, it's your own way to fight
Rachel is having little fun
Rachel hardly ever smiles
Nobody can understand what she carries in her mind
And Rachel is surrounded by a lie
But it's your life, it's your own disguise
And it's your right, it's your own way to fight
And it's your choice, not their voice
Cause their pride won't let them learn
And Rachel, do it any way you like
Cause you won't dare
If they try to change your style
They screamed you were wrong
Now you don't wanna be
That silent soul anymore
Rachel is feeling all the time
That people would rather turn their backs
But it's her life, it's her right
There's little for real, she finally understands
And Rachel has found a little time to smile
Cause now she knows better what it's all about
She feels strong, Rachel has a story of her own



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