The Judgmental

We spend too much time in worrying of our public profile it does seem true to say
Since of how we appear to others should it matter anyway
By pandering to the judgements of the judgmental those who do not believe on live and let live
We make them feel important when power to their opinions we do give
They judge us by our postal address the size of our home and our car
When we value their opinions just goes to prove how vain we are
How i appear to others does surely suit me fine
Since their opinions on me is their business and their business cannot be mine
They may define what to them is success and failure but why otherwise pretend
That the one who is judgmental is the one without a friend
All around the big World out there in every village, city and town
There are people who find pleasure on verbally putting others down
They call them the judgmental but call them what you may
And you must be a vain person to worry of what you they do say.

by Francis Duggan

Comments (0)

There is no comment submitted by members.