Just A Dreamer

I’m just a dreamer trying to change the world one heart at a time;

Let that act as a domino effect changing what I can before my demise;

I want to educate youth about life;

That’s what they need when school comes to an end;


I wish they would have lessons on life in school, but they have gym instead;

Surviving life is the most important lesson;

But we lead our youth blindly and when they fall we look at them with questions;

The change starts young, for me it’s too late;


So I want the next generation to live the right way;

We need to stop pointing fingers when we are to blame;

They are too young to know about life’s abuse;

So it’s up to me and you;


I want the elderly to give classes on wisdom to our youth;

So they are well equipped to face life’s hidden traps;

I wish people could see my point of view instead of just sitting back;

I wish rich people could swap lives with poor people and swap back every week;


So we can understand another man’s struggle and not turn away the man begging on the corner of the street;

I wish a damaged heart;

That’s been broken and scared by the past;

Can be given to young girls so they understand the consequences of love and don’t have to ask;


Then swap back their hearts so they understand the damage caused by a one night stand;

So they aren’t curious but feel and understand;

I wish I could give my memories to all the young boys who think cheating is cool;

So they feel how it feels when the same is done to you;


I want them to understand the results of Karma;

So they think twice before enduring the drama;

I want the youth to understand;

When you mess up in life, there’s no second chance;


By your choices you fall or stand;

Having a beard, money and a car doesn’t make you a real man;

Making babies doesn’t make you a dad;

I want to give them responsibility so they don’t fall into debt;


So they understand the pressure and never forget;

Before I die this is what I want to see;

But I’m just a dreamer, but I’ll do my best before the Lord calls me;

So in Heaven I can rest in peace, knowing I left behind not just a memory, but a legacy

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