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Sunshine and Birds

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Nikkisweet
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Sunshine in my window
Shining in my room
A smile on my face
The chirping of the birds

You feel like you're in heaven
Until the feeling stops
The sun is shining brighter
The birds are chirping louder

Your eyes are starting to hurt
You can barly see
The chirping is giving you an earache
It's hard for you to hear

So you shut your window
No more shining there
The birds felt ignored
No more chirping there

You finally start to see
You're begianing to hear
So you turn on some good music
And blow out your ear

(This is what happens when somthing good is happening and then there is a problem and you try and solve it and just make things worse.)
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