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Just Because MAG
You can sit upon your royal throne,
but that doesn’t make you king.
You can record a record album,
but that doesn’t mean you sing.
You can dance the stage of Broadway,
but that doesn’t mean you’re good.
You can pull a gun out on a man,
but that doesn’t mean you should.
Those with power think they’re great,
but what is power to us?
A huge bank account and large estate,
a measurement of their success.
I say we change our thought on power
to something more essential.
A person who has changed the world,
or someone with potential.
I don’t care if you’re rich or good
at whatever it is you do.
So long as you have changed a life
that’s power in my view.