I'm a little boy with glasses, the one they call a geek
A young girl who never smiles, cause I got braces on my teeth
And I know how it feels, to cry myself to sleep.

I'm the kid on every playground who's always chosen last.
A single teenage mother trying to overcome her past.
You don't have to be my friend, but is that too much to ask?

-chorus-
Don't laugh at me. Don't call me names.
Don't get your pleasure from my pain
Deep inside we're all the same. We all need hope and care and love.
Don't laugh at me.

I lost my wife and little boy when someone crossed that yellow line.
The day they laid them in the ground, the day I lost my mind.
And now I'm down there holding, this little cardboard sign.

I'm the beggar on the corner, you've passed me on the street
And I wouldn't be out here begging if I had enough to eat.
And don't think I don't notice, that our eyes never meet.

-chorus-
Don't laugh at me. Don't call me names.
Don't get your pleasure from my pain
Deep inside we're all the same. We all need hope and care and love.
Don't laugh at me.

I'm rich I'm poor,
I'm big I'm small,
I'm deft, I'm blind
Doesn't really matter after all.

(Repeat chorus overlaps)


Lyrics submitted by comivan

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