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I'm KC, The People's Bard. I write songs and poems inspired by the people I meet on the internet. Ask, and I’ll write something for you.
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  • Tonight’s love song is based on some lovely words sent to me by Gemma at gemz16 and input from the bloggers at kcritchlow and sixfeetunderdreamin. At first, I thought I had to know what the girl in question had done wrong to write a song about her pain. But then I realized that sometimes we never find out what haunts the people we love. This song is about about being in that situation and trying to convince the person that you care about them. I devote this song to my contributors gemz16, kcritchlow, and sixfeetunderdreamin. I also devote this to Rebecca at brunettee-swag, who asked for a song like Bieber’s “Be Alright”. Well, I’m no Bieber, but this, in a way, is a song about how everything will be alright. Enjoy, friends. — K.C.

         Forget Your Pain

    I know a girl who sits alone as the rain pours in her mind.
    Her broken face is quite a picture, and I can’t help but wish she was mine.

    And she’s always holding back tears ‘cause of what she’s done,
    and every time she starts to run, I beg:
    Darlin’, won’t you forget your pain?

    She won’t talk about old love; I know she’s lost something beautiful.
    And I know she’s burnt down bridges, and I want to help her burn down her whole past.

    Darlin’, won’t you forget your pain?
    I don’t care who you were, just who you are.
    Darlin’, won’t you forget your pain?
    I’ll love you and your scars.