[Avrei Tanto Voluto Che La Giornata Fosse Tutta Come La Colazione, Quando Le Persone Sono Ancora Sintonizzate Sui Loro Sogni E Non è Previsto Che Debbano Affrontare Il Mondo Esterno. Mi Sono Reso Conto Che Io Sono Sempre Così; Per Me Non Arriva Mai Il Momento In Cui, Dopo Una Tazza Di Caffè O Una Doccia, Mi Sento Improvvisamente Pieno Di Vita, Sveglio E In Sintonia Col Mondo. Se Si Fosse Sempre A Colazione, Io Sarei A Posto.]

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