The Miracle Workers

All my life’s a circle;
Sunrise and sundown;
Moon rolls thru the nighttime;
Till the daybreak comes around.

It seems like I’ve been here before;
I can’t remember when;
But I have this funny feeling;
That we’ll all be together again.
No straight lines make up my life;
And all my roads have bends;
There’s no clear-cut beginnings;
And so far no dead-ends.

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Richard Levick is Chairman and CEO of @LEVICK, a leading global communications and public affairs firm.

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Richard Levick is Chairman and CEO of @LEVICK, a leading global communications and public affairs firm.

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