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If I could spell fear then I wouldn't, Given the chance, I'd scream it in its face, You would begin to stutter but you shouldn't, Fear was designed to put you in your place,
  I haven't felt so relieved in my life.  I want you gone forever. Leave and don't return.    You asked me if I remembered all the good times we had, and I do.
 If I knew what drowning felt like, I might say I was If I could find myself, I would start looking If I could become water, maybe I wouldn’t drown   The weight does feel like endless fluid
What if I told you  That when I think you about my skin lifts from my bones and my brain turns into mush? What if I told you  That when you contact me my reality becomes distorted? What if I told you
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Standing, arms crisscrossed as the dead, I stand. And now she let's lose in soft lips a coo "Trust me" "I'll catch you" She's waiting, but I'm still standing because what -what if she doesn't?
If I aspire to nothing I will be nothing. If I work hard I'll only be disappointed But... If I work for me I will achieve greatness.   If I live to love I shall crash and burn.
if. the two letters stuck in the middle of this crazy thing called   life. the four letters that can be amazing or we can say if   only. the one word
If rays of light refract, rend rainbows, then surely I can make a change If salmon somehow stagger homeward, surely I can stay the course If men have trekked the might of mountains, surely I can rise above
If I could but for one moment keep at bay the pain, the suffering, the sorrow If I could but for one moment Still the tempest Bring back the blush of life into the cold pale faces
If I were a poet, I'd probably write about love.   I'd probably write about first isses, and dates; sitting together at the park eating KFC and laughing at the world.  
If all the trees went red,would you notice with your heart or your head? If all the sweets went sour,would you still devour? if all ends came with friends,would we want to mend?
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