"Kids Who Are Different"

Hereís to kids who are different,
Kids who donít always get A's,
Kids who have ears
Twice the size of their peers,
And noses that go on for days.

Hereís to the kids who are different,
Kids they call crazy or dumb,
Kids who donít fit,
With the guts and the grit,
Who dance to a different drum.

Hereís to the kids who are different,
Kids with a mischievous streak,
For when they have grown,
As history has shown,
Itís their difference that makes them unique.

Author: Digby Wolfe
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