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When You're Wrong

I love this song from "Paws and Tales". It's called When You're Wrong (You're Wrong). Listen to the chorus lines:

When you're wrong, you're wrong
No, you really can't deny it
When you're wrong, you're wrong
You can try and modify it
But you're wrong and all along
You think no good could come about
From it being pointed out

But when you're wrong, you're wrong
So we knew we should admit it
But we didn't quit the fight
There's no need to complicate it
There's no other way to state it
If you say that we were wrong
You would be right

When you're wrong, you're wrong
Learn your lesson and apply it
When you're wrong, you're wrong
You just got to humble pie it
When you're wrong, and we were wrong
But now we know it's good advice
For us to stop and recognize

That when you're wrong, you're wrong
So if ever you're corrected
You should not put up a fight
Simply learn to take direction
Without raising an objection
And instead of being wrong
You will be right

What a wonderful lesson. And of course, it's easier to sing it than to apply it. >_<

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