Be A Leader
Well of course I'm a leader.
I don't know how to follow.
But I suppose it's all right to follow,
So long as you leave your own footprints behind.
So they remain forever engraved in the pavement.
For the one who picks up what you lie down to rest.
Keeping everything alive and moving.
Always going forward.
How could you possibly judge me?
You stop and stare.
Then you point and mock.
I never said a word to you.
I don't even know your name.
And it's sad because you don't know mine either.
And then comes the slapping of the books from my hand.
The shoving past me in the halls.
And as usual, I run to the bathroom.
I try to keep a straight face walking out.
But now something different.
You look at my face this time, all tear streaked and mascara smeared.
The look on your face is that of regret.
But why do you look so sorry?
Oh, that's right.
Because you just found out right?
I don't even want your pity.
My brother didn't want any pity when he took his last breath, and your own sure didn't give it to him.
So now I walk away.
And leave you there looking pathetic.
Just like my brother was.
Stay Back, Go Farther
Stay back, go farther, go farther, go farther, hey!
Don't turn those lights on in this place, I don't want to see your face, 'cause you smell just like doodoo and you're stinking up the place.
Your stench is outrageous and I think it's contagious.
You should really take a bath and clean your smelly aaaas you do try adding some shampoo, so wash your body, get that nasty booty.
Stay back now, stay back now.
'Cause your smell is really out of control makes me want to puke up on the floor.
You smell so bad, you smell so bad, just go farther, go farther , hey!
Now you smell alright, you're not such an awful sight.
Now try this perfume, that's how you do, but you're teeth are a different story, they're mad crusty, it's like halitosis up in here, I could use some fresh air.
Use some Listerine, like, your breath is really mean.
Stay back now, stay back now, and go farther, go farther, stay back now.