Last Night I Had A Dream About A Hummingbird Testo

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Testo Last Night I Had A Dream About A Hummingbird

The one thing that I wanted to talk about was the concept of believing in yourself, especially in the age of the internet. You're constantly comparing yourself to other people, you're constantly comparing yourself to other... like people in your field of study that may be better than you are at what you're doing. They may be better artistes, better musicians, when you are constantly trying to meet the expectations of someone else? you're letting yourself down. I don't have anything to prove to anyone, I don't need to compare myself to anyone except myself, I don't owe anybody anything

Let me tell you something weird
Last night I had a dream about a hummingbird
Sitting pretty full of pity singing all the sweetest songs that you ever heard
I said hummingbird
You've got potential essential to venture adventures and conquer the world if you care
Whatchu still doing over here?
Hummingbird, the door to your cages has been broken for ages and open just take it you're moping and hoping on hope that you make it just float to that opening and go
Hummingbird, ignore all these Mockingbirds talking and gossiping about you all day, haven't done nothing with their own lives anyway

Once you become a hero, somebody will always want to shoot you down
It goes with the territory
The more you put on the pedestal, you will be shot down
There'll come a point where you're gonna to need to become a fallen hero
It's an inevitability
And there's that whole sorta thing about
Do I step off the pedestal myself or do I wait to be shot down?
And at when do I step down?
You know, words like stepping down are very profound
That is stepping down, making way for the next and relinquish control and you know...
Do I stop while I'm up?
Do I know when to go?