I WILL NOT BE A PART OF THIS BREED AND I REFUSE TO ACCEPT YOUIR TRENDS.
I WILL REMEMBER WHAT BROUGHT ME HERE AND TO MY DEATH I WILL DEFEND.
EVERY OUNCE OF MY REVOLT FLOWS WITHIN EVERY WORD I SPEAK.
I WILL REMAIN SILENT NO MORE EVEN IF IT MEANS MY DEFEAT.

NO BEAUTY SHOW!
THIS AIN'T NO BEAUTY SHOW.
DON'T LOOK CUTE TO ME!
YOU DON'T LOOK CUTE TO ME.
FUCK WHAT YOU HEARD!
I WILL REMAIN SILENT NO MORE.
FUCK WHAT YOU THINK!
EVEN IF IT MEANS MY DEFEAT!

BUT I WILL NOT BE TRAMPLED UPON.
I WILL NOT LET YOU WIN.

NO BEAUTY SHOW!
THIS AIN'T NO BEAUTY SHOW.
DON'T LOOK CUTE TO ME!
YOU DON'T LOOK CUTE TO ME.
THIS IS YOUR TIME!
THIS IS YOUR TIME.
YOUR TIME TO SEE!
TO OPEN UP YOUR EYES AND SEE.

FORGET ALL THAT SURROUNDS YOU.
DON'T BASE YOURSELF SOLELY ON THOSE THAT SURROUND YOU.
KNOW YOUR TRUE SELF.
EVERY DAY IS A BATTLE TO ME,
A FIGHT WITHIN MY MIND.
EVERYTIME I SEE YOU IT'S A STRUGGLE DEEP INSIDE,
TO KEEP MY WORDS FROM BASHING AND ROB YOU OF YOUR SO-CALLED PRIDE.

I WON'T ACCEPT DEFEAT!


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