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2012…a new year…a new chance.
Another chance to find love and have my 1st dance.
A new year means a new chance to find love.
Another chance for me to find the one I’ve dreamed of.
Another chance for me to change my life.
Time to get rid of all this strife.
Time for my mother’s smoking to quit.
I hate it when I see her smoke, I don’t like it one bit.
This New Year that is coming is like a newborn phoenix, rising from a pile of ash.
When the year of ’11 has come to an end, it’s gone…in a flash.
I want to tell this guy how I feel, but he has a girlfriend now.
Even if I wanted to tell him how I feel, I really wouldn’t know how.
He told me before that I’m a good friend, but is it going to change?
I told him before that I have a “handicap”; he probably thinks I’m just strange.
I hope that senior year’s the year I find someone I love.
But Bryan’s like an angel to me; he’s the one I’ve been dreaming of.
I want to change my life for good,
But part of me doesn’t want to change.
I know people think I’m strange,
But I have a disability; I’d change it if I could.