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Katy Perrys incredible indulging song changes the feelings of children all over the world Through her lyrics Katy expresses what every human being has gone through in a moment of their life Through Katys support the song transforms the lives of others and creates a turning point for them The advice that Katy offers has kids believing again and believing that they are worth something There are too many critical moments in this world that causes children to not believe anymore Its just like Walt Disney says If you can dream it you can do it but people today are finding it hard to believe in their dreams When we feel like a plastic bag or a house of cards so thin lost trying to find a purpose Wanting to be useful again but then fall back down time after time Buried deep in pain and frustration Loosing hope minutes at a time than seconds Katys song inspires us to never look down Find a way to get back up believe in all things possible keep the hope believe in it and find the fire to fightFind that one thing that defines you and empowers you Find the spark in you that has the power to stand back up even after falling a thousand times Ignite the world with your power and not be afraid to embrace what you were destined for Believe in your spark to take you to the top Believe in yourself no matter what happens Confine the spark that separates you from everyone else and let it own you Light up the world with your story and compassion People can question who you are all the time but until you get up and show them what you are worth and who you are then no one besides you should care No one can tell you who you have to be they can help you become who you want to be
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