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You know when people say everything’s going to be alright
Well how do they know? How do they know what you’ve been through?
They always say it. Everything’s going to be alright?
But it never helps does it?
Do simply five words count up for all the crap you’ve been through?
Well the word sorry?
When someone says that, does it help the pain?
Does it make you feel better?
Does it help all the crazing emotions you feel inside you?
Or the words from those commercial leave above the influence?
Do they tell you to say no when you faced?
Do they magically appear in your mind?
Do all of these things keep teens from doing drugs, graffiti, and sex?
I’m asking you this cause, u did all this stuff for friend
Now Nicole’s dead. Did it help?