I walked down the street,
straight on the feet.
Malnutrition, substitutes, couldn’t fill my need.
It was in my prime, I had nothing but a dime
You took the edge of my appetite, passed me right on time.
Just as I live, from my shoulder to my feet.
It changed my perspective, my hunger and my greed.
You took away my shame. Gave me freedom in your name
A newborn vision filled the heart, and it changed my aim.
But during the race, I found a bitter place
Temptation put me to the ground, and it changed my trace.