[When I Was Born It Was Simon Who They'd Put Once More Into His Arms, The Dream Of A Child He Could Mold In His Own Image. It Certainly Wasn't Me, A Half-baked Attempt At Life, A Rough Sketch Showing No Familiar Traits Whatsoever.]

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