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Fairy Tales ARE Real

Fairy Tales ARE Real
By dbtaylor on 08/12/2009
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Fairy tales, deep wishing wells, wishing on a star
Waiting for my handsome prince, I don’t know where you are
I know you’re out there somewhere, I know you’re on your way
Once you finally get here, how can I make you stay?

If I promise you the world and give you all my heart
Will you promise to be mine and never be apart?
Can I offer you my love and will you share my dreams
Support me and love me, no matter how bland life seems?

As a young child I wrote dreamy things like this
Love was a fantasy and so was wedded bliss
I imagined fields of daisies and bright colorful birds
And I wrote fairy tales filled with sweet romantic words

Fairy tales aren’t real, I’ve been made aware
But to say it out loud, well, I’d never dare
I’ve often thrown coins deep down in a well
What did I wish for? I can’t really tell.

My wishes weren’t big, in fact they were small
And I kept on wishing when I’d see a star fall
I had nothing to lose by keeping my belief
And that paid off, much to my relief

My prince finally came and he carried me away
And I love him so much to this very day.
So we’re living proof that the wishes come true
If I hadn’t believed, I wouldn’t have you.

© By dbtaylor On 8/12/2009 11:53:05 AM
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