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‘Little Voice’

Little voice, a breeze
Triangle silver and green
By the she-oak trees

Little voice within
Attend to the little things
Concentrate, begin

I see how you fail
And I see that you suffer
Little voice says wait

Little voice says wait
For I see that you suffer
I see how you fail

When I was fifteen
I thought I would paddle out
Stayed where I had been

Little voice that prays
I can renounce my wishes
Rough and rowdy ways

You see how I fail
And you see that I suffer
Little voice says write

Little voice says write
For you see that I suffer
You see how I fail

Little voice, don’t cry
Attend to your babies three
Swim freely, pass by

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