David Hines (hradzka) wrote,
David Hines
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APED: "advice for life"

Go back to where you began.
Go back to where you began.
When you find you're in trouble, and then that it doubles,
Go back to where you began.

Remember the things that you knew.
Remember the things that you knew.
When you find you're regretting, don't bother forgetting.
Remember the things that you knew.

Eat all the pie that you can.
Eat all the pie that you can.
When you find you're hungry, cook up some sundries,
and eat all the pie that you can.

Wear all the socks that you own.
Wear all the socks that you own.
When you've got to darn 'em, then knit 'em and yarn 'em,
and wear all the socks that you own.
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