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June 1, 2013 kasmith6 | No votes | 1,049 Views
Choreographer: Karmen Smith Music: I Still Believe In You- Matthew Ryan This piece shows a theme of loving people that constantly disappoints you. I will always continue to believe the best in people, and that we can make each other better no matter what. Don't lose trust in your tribe. Always believe in the good in people. Even when everyone doubts this process, I will still believe in you...
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