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A Fly On The Wall

By Bud Lemire

I'm a fly on your wall
I listen to you when you call
I even see you in the nude
I'm a fly on the wall

You may think that I'm that pest
But listen and hear the rest
And I will tell you all
About the fly on the wall

I'm part of the divine
Watching you all the time
I'm here to help you through
Everything you say and do
I'm a fly on the wall

Oh you may wonder, why I'd choose a fly
Where there are countless others in the sky
I chose it so that you would know
It's not the size or shape, but the soul

I may look like a fly on the wall
But there's much more to us all
Maybe when you're looking at me
Maybe then you will see
I'm more than a fly on the wall

©Mar 18, 2005 Bud Lemire

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