What makes a man is not what he's paid,

But how he deals with his mistakes,

Some will try to make them fade,

Hide them just to save some face,

Some mistakes cause others harm,

As fools try to pass the blame,

So maybe we'll sound the alarm,

So things won't always be the same,

When good men find they're at fault,

They give their all to make things right,

Until it's done they will not halt,

They'll bring their mistakes to light,

Good men own up to their mistakes,

Admit that they've done something wrong,

Cause in the end that's what it takes,

To show the world their spirit is strong.