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Copyright © 2006 MES-English.com Id like to be able to
breathe under water Id like to be able to
become anything Id like to be able to
climb walls Id like to be able to
become invisible Id like to be able to
run fast Id like to be able to
fly Id like to be able to
freeze anything Id like to be able to
shoot lasers Id like to be able to
see through walls Id like to be able to
talk to animals Id like to be able to
control the weather Id like to be able to
lift anything Id like to be able to
stretch far Id like to be able to
make force fields Id like to be able to
shrink Id like to be able to
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