"Parallel Life" as written by Tracy Rayvon Robinson and Bosco A Kante....
In my parallel life I would be a painter
Color and light would be all I see
In my parallel life I'd live in the mountains
And spend all my summers down by the sea
In my parallel life I would take up dancing
I'd be so graceful out on the floor
In my parallel life I'd do all these things and more - for sure

'Cuz in my parallel life
I can reach for the stars
I can be what I want
I can be where you are

In my parallel life I could pick the phone up

I'd make you laugh with my repartee
In my parallel life I would have the courage
But I just don't know what to say

But parallel lines never meet
So there I was walking down your street
I rang your bell but I ran away

In my parallel life I could solve this mystery
Like Agatha Christie I'd have a clue
In my parallel life I would act exactly like someone who knows what to do


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"Parallel Life" as written by Bosco Kante Alice Peacock

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