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If At First You Don't Succeed, Destroy All Evidence That You Tried (Grace)

   You're not looking for trouble, you walk with glee
   You make a scene, but eloquently
   Pain is what you make of it, and you thrive on each and every nagging one
   You get right back up fighting to prove you're not one-and-done
   You fall with style, you fall with grace
   You drop to the bottom in a reasonable pace
   You kept your dignity, that's what matters most
   A smile makes a wonderful host
   You fall with grace, you fall with grace
   You wince from the sight, a bad taste in your mouth
   It looks like you've done this before, like you knew it was all going to go south
   But you absorbed the hit, took it all in stride
   Chewed out the all shame from the inside
   You fall with style, you fall with grace
   You drop to the bottom in a reasonable pace
   You kept your dignity, that's what matters most
   A smile makes a wonderful host
   Some people pretend to respect adversity, but you love it
   You take a liking to your trial, even betting on the verdict
   You make it seem like this is just a dream
   You do what makes you happy, even when failure's bursting at the scene
   You fall with style, you go down in flames
   But it's all in good fun, even when you fall flat on your face
   You can hear the roar of laughter from your fall, from coast-to-coast
   Dear, your smile makes a wonderful host
   You fall with grace, you fall with grace





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