Wendy has her common sense, a child of intelligence she grew
She does not own an open stance as an arctic preservationist, that’s true
You can not thwart a boy in love, he won’t put politics above
A sympathetic smile and blonde hair
You appreciate her loyalty and emphasis on family and defense

Who you are, the girl it’s not her fault
Fight ‘em off, the county is too small

You met her in art history and accepted her philosophy by June
Rachel was a lovely kid
You were proud of all the work she did a year below you
You disagree with her views on God
And the mission trips that she goes on
But she’s still the sweetest kid that you’ve ever known

Who you are, the girl it’s not her fault
Fight ‘em off, the county is too small
Fighting over straws
Win and I’ll withdraw


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