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You in your shell are you waiting for someone to rescue you from yourself.
Don't be disappointed when no one comes.

Don't blame me you didn't get it [3x]

I already told you, that falling is easy it's getting back up that becomes the problem, becomes the problem
If you don't believe you can find a way out you become the problem, become the problem.

You, all alone, are you waiting for someone to make you whole?
Can't you see aren't you tired of this dysfunctional routine.

Don't blame me you didn't get it [3x]

I already told you, that falling is easy it's getting back up that becomes the problem, becomes the problem
If you don't believe can find a way out, you become the problem, become the problem.

I already told you, that falling is easy it's getting back up that becomes the problem, becomes the problem
If you don't believe can find a way out, you become the problem, become the problem.

Falling is easy it's getting back up that becomes the problem, becomes the problem
And if you believe can find a way out
Then you've solved the problem, you've solved your problem.



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    arc2007Apr 18, 2011 at 7:57 am
    I feel this is mostly about our own self confidence. We don't believe we can do it, so it's not that particular thing that we can't get past that is the problem, but instead our own selves getting in the way of success.

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