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Beauty is Underestimated
I know who you are, don't doubt me again.
The one with the dancing angel in their head.
Hammers are to windows as dogs are to flesh,
Just to say as simply as one would have said.
I can see who you are, for I am not blind.
The one with the dancing angel inside.
Fingers can be broken just as a heart,
Didn't you notice when the metals collide?
I believe in who you are, so simple to say.
That one dancing angel with her wings decay.
Prosthetics are illegal like an artifical love.
But I'm sure you wouldn't want them anyway.