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Sad Little Tune



Sad Little Tune
By rodriabe on 11/01/2010
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On the honey road, across candy cane street
there lived a lady very blue.
She sent her days cooking fairy tales,
and spent her nights singing tunes.
One stormy night when the wind blew cold,
she did not sleep on her bed...
She was on the Milky-way o, so far away,
right near the mountains of ginger bread...

Her heart was broke not that long ago,
by a King who left her just to see
the treasure chest way beneath the snow.
Since then she has been living miserably...

When he went away he said to her,
"My Love, I''ll be back pretty soon".
But since that day he has not returned;
and she spends her nights singing tunes...

She ran to the ocean shore just to find
a bottled song from the sea.
It sang, "Lady, you are gonna lose your mind,
because your King now lives under me".

She threw the song in the wishing well
and prayed to see him one last time.
When night arrived she lyes on her bed.
The next morning she never opened her eyes.

Now they both live forever just like before.
For their love had never died...
and the longing to feel eachothers warm embrace
has their love shining in the sky...

in the stars their story stays.........


© By rodriabe On 11/1/2010 1:54:30 AM
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