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DON'T LAUGH AT ME

by:
Allen Shamblin and Steve Seskin

I'm a little boy with glasses, the one they call a geek a little girl who never smiles cuz I got braces on my teeth and I know how it feels to cry myself to sleep

I am that kid on every playground, whose always chosen last a single teenage mother trying to overcome her past You don't have to be my friend if it's too much to ask

Don't laugh at me, don't call me names Don't get your pleasure from my pain In God's eyes we're all the same some day we'll all have perfect Wings Don't laugh at me

I'm a cripple on the corner You pass me on the street I wouldn't be out here begging if I had enough to eat and don't think I don't notice that our eyes never meet I lost my wife and little boy when someone crossed that yellow line The day we layed'em in the ground was the day I lost my mind Right now I'm down to holding this little cardboard sign

Don't laugh at me, Don't call me names Don't get your pleasure from my pain In God's eyes we're all the same Someday we'll all have perfect wings Don't laugh at me

I'm Fat, I'm thin I'm Short, I'm tall I'm deaf, I'm blind Hey aren't we all

Don't laugh at me, Don't call me names Don't get your pleasure from my pain In God's eyes we're all the same Someday we'll all have perfect wings Don't laugh at me



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