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Poverty's No Crime – A World Without Me lyrics

Something's scaring my mind
Such a desperate thing
Because I always pretend
To be what I am

I'm following signs
On the the steps of my life
Something's out of control
What remains when I'm gone

I fear the things I've left undone
As much as the things I've said and done
To be a part of everyone
Is like to sign your name at the sky
How would this world be without me?

Every place where I stay
Every word that I say
I've been leaving a trace
For all the moments in time

No need to regret
The lost can be found
I will cover my ways
You won't see me again

I fear the things I've left undone
As much as the things I've said and done
To be a part of everyone
Is like to live untill the end of time
How would this world be without me?



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