Roll Girl

Loaded and rolling on,
This can't take you away clown,
Strength build in you will keep lighting,
Even when ninety nine candles are dying
God will protect one you can hold a say,
He's much kind, and faithful in nature
Deep inside, you're not weak, blender,
Crushing on and on the challenge sender,
Pushing on and on with more breathe,
Dear one, you'll see a million more bath.

The earth is so greed, taken all good, insane,
But it won't take the good before our eyes, lane,
On every spot we see life,
On the other we see a strong girl alive,
All smiles along the streets, the machine,
Giving the world a broad smile, seen,
You can't just be weak, strength ain't sin,
Pull up yourself to the brim,
Let the earth know you're ours beam,
And that, we won't let your smile fade away,
On holiday, we'll go by the bay,
Windows opening sending away the clown.

On this soil your soul will roll on,
Your prettiness will live on and on,
The children of your children will sing you a song,
And the world will see in you a great being,
We're just starting, it's a Monday and
The clown is already defeated, see the end?
Pretty, see the good in front?
Girl, seen the new being that's heaven sent?
The Angels sing and dance on your breathe,
Happy that the heavens are brightened, your bath,
We're happy that you still smiling deep,
You're a being we can't tire to keep,
In our hearts, you're warmth.

Brian Dredan
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