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f_0020470_17232 - THE MUSICIAN: Asaf Avidan Asaf Avidan is...

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WORLD POLICY JOURNAL • FALL 2010 Artists and Their Art 29 28 One boy grew up different from the rest Without the insides of his chest He didn’t know how he was blessed And all the little girls thought it a blast To shake his body really fast To see the impact never last Some said “poor boy” Some said “lucky man” He used to live with different families That nurtured his disease Then he’d float out with the breeze And he implanted kaleidoscopes instead of eyes To see the girls in multiplies To try to figure their disguise Some said “poor boy” Some said “lucky man” He tried to fill his chest with pretty jewels But then he figured out the rules And left the jewelry for the fools And one day the doctors said they found a cure Said they found a beating heart that’s pure And they believe it will endure Some said “poor boy” Some said “lucky man” One boy grew up different from the rest Without the insides of his chest He didn’t know how he was blessed THE MUSICIAN:
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course POLS 494 taught by Professor Garymoncrief during the Fall '11 term at Boise State.

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