You can’t pretend to know things just because you think you do You found it easy to believe because someone else told you to You admired the wrong person but you didn’t have a clue He sounded smart so that was good enough for you
Once upon a time I had all the lines With no hesitation Just articulation From a boy who knew nothing Yet never had a doubt
You met another man with his hair on fire and your mind turned He lived his life without apology and courage was what you learned But he never would compromise and this became your concern You were afraid and walked from the fire while your convictions burned
Once upon a time I blew my mind With new information And a revelation The boy who knew something Now lived with the doubt
You started a family and moved to suburban street You figured someone else would stand up and take the heat Life always works itself out while you meet and greet A protest is something to read about while you prop up your feet
Once upon a time I emptied my mind Of presumption And perception The boy who knew nothing Learned to live with the doubt
Now you teach your children about life and not to be naive But they made mistakes because a stranger had something up his sleeve You try to tell them life is not always about what they perceive But a charlatan knows how to bait a hook and make you believe
Once upon a time I opened my mind For the children And the questions The boy who knew something Taught them how to doubt
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