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I Didn't Know My Own Strength


 

Bobby Brown, in an effort to sell some books and drag down the come-backing Whitney Houston, writes: "was doomed from the very beginning... I think we got married for all the wrong reasons. Now, I realize Whitney had a different agenda than I did when we got married . . . I believe her agenda was to clean up her image, while mine was to be loved and have children."

"The media was accusing her of having a bisexual relationship with her assistant, Robin Crawford. Since she was the American Sweetheart and all, that didn't go too well with her image . . . In Whitney's situation, the only solution was to get married and have kids. That would kill all speculation, whether it was true or not." (Source)

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To this I say... nobody cares. Whitney Houston is Whitney Houston. You can never bring down one of the best talents of this lifetime. She may have ended up stoned and broken at one point, but that will not diminish what she is and what she has contributed to the world through her music.

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To people that have gone though pain and have thought about just ending it. To those that are no alien to disappointments and have become used to being invisible. For as long as you are still alive at  this point and trying to live your life, share this song with me.

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Lost touch with my soul I had no where to turn I had no where to go Lost sight of my dream,Thought it would be the end of me I thought I’d never make it through I had no hope to hold on to, I thought I would break

I didn’t know my own strength And I crashed down, and I tumbled But I did not crumble I got through all the pain I didn’t know my own strength Survived my darkest hour My faith kept me alive I picked myself back up Hold my head up high I was not built to break I didn’t know my own strength

Found hope in my heart, I found the light to life My way out of the dark Found all that I need Here inside of me I thought I’d never find my way I thought I’d never lift that weight I thought I would break

I didn’t know my own strength And I crashed down, and I tumbled But I did not crumble I got through all the pain I didn’t know my own strength Survived my darkest hour My faith kept me alive I picked myself back up Hold my head up high I was not built to break I didn’t know my own strength

There were so many times I Wondered how I’d get through the night I Thought took all I could take I didn’t know my own strength And I crashed down, and I tumbled But I did not crumble I got through all the pain I didn’t know my own strength Survived my darkest hour My faith kept me alive I picked myself back up Hold my head up high I was not built to break I didn’t know my own strength

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