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Drive with care, someone else's life may depend upon it!
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God's Gift And A Fool
|by John LeClare|
All wrapped in your shell
Of leather and steel
Your invincible armor
Or so it might feel
Pass on the right
Speed as you go
Blow by the light
Save a minute or so
Is that your child
Smiling in the back seat?
Is your time so important
Your destination so sweet?
Plastic , blood, leather and steel
Your armor is flawed
Your shell is not real
Keep this in mind
When you sit at the wheel
Cars can be fixed
But death can't be healed
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