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What If We Could Travel Back In Time
I told you that I loved you one day and you caught me with another girl.
I’ll travel back in time to make sure it wasn’t in your room.
She told her parents she hated them and they disowned her.
She’ll travel back in time to make sure she holds her tongue that time.
You didn’t do any of your homework and got detention for a week.
You’ll travel back in time to copy off a friend.
He forgot to leave his gun at work so his kid wouldn’t shoot himself playing with it.
He’ll travel back in time to write himself a reminder to buy his kid a toy.
They drank too much alcohol and ran over a pregnant woman.
They’ll travel back in time and make sure they run over a police officer.
We forgot to look both ways while crossing the street during a green light.
We’ll travel back in time during a yellow light.
If we could travel back in time, we wouldn’t be learning valuable life lessons.
If we could travel back in time, we wouldn’t learn from our mistakes and make an effort not to do it again.
If we could travel back in time, we wouldn’t know the consequences of our actions.
If we could travel back in time, there would be no wrong or right, just what was and what is.