"Clay" as written by and Grace Vanderwall Autumn Rowe....
You see a girl in the hallway
And then you whisper to your friend
"Who is she anyway?"
You forgot what she looks like in like a day
But your words don't hurt me
I will be OK

'Cause you don't hurt me
I won't mold to

Your silly words
I won't live inside your world
'Cause your punches and your names
All your jokes and stupid games
They don't work
No, they don't hurt
Watch them just go right through me
Because they mean nothing to me

I'm not clay

You see that girl in the hallway
Smile on her face as she walks away
Trying to tear her down was your first mistake
'Cause little do you know, she wasn't built to break

'Cause you don't hurt me
I won't mold to

Your silly words
I won't live inside your world
'Cause your punches and your names
All your jokes and stupid games
They don't work
No, they don't hurt
Watch them just go right through me
Because they mean nothing to me

Try to change my shape
But, baby, I'm not clay
Sorry, not today
'Cause, baby, I'm not

Try to change my shape
But, baby, I'm not clay
Sorry, not today
'Cause, baby, I'm not clay

Your silly words
I won't live inside your world
'Cause your punches and your names
All your jokes and stupid games
They don't work
No, they don't hurt
Watch them just go right through me
Because they mean nothing to me

I'm not clay


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"Clay" as written by Grace Vanderwall Autumn Rowe

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