"How I Was Made" as written by Lauren Cecilia Gofton and Anne Marie Nixon....
When I was madeThe good Lord rubbed my faceTo give it
shapeHe formed a callousThats how my face was
madeOh sweet Change meTeach me to think
like they doTeach me to thinkLike youWhen I was madeThe good Lord filled my veinsUp
with siltFrom the riverThat's how my blood runs
coldYou're sweetChange meTeach me
to think like they doTeach me to thinkLike YouWhen I was madeThe good Lord strechedMy skin
across a frameLike canvasThat's how my sense is
numbHe says I'm sweetChange meChange my colourLeave me greyThere are too many
moths around When I shine


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"How I Was Made" as written by Lauren Cecilia Gofton Anne Marie Nixon

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