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May 5, 2011
I will not run/I will not hide/I will stick up for myself/With dignity and pride/You called me cowardly/Instigating, injurying bringing me down to my knees/You even wished me bad karma/Don't you know that comes back times three?/So you think that you've had the last laugh/That you've actually won/Guess what?/Knighted am I/I just had the last word/Just witnessed by everyone~
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