Treasure Island

Airda Jones

(Sept.17,1988 / US)

Adriella


See the tales with the
Princesses and their happy ever after
See the movies where the
Couples are so in love years later

But what's the point
Of all of those
When I already have
A romance story of my own

Sure they make you smile
Cause laughter and joyful tears
Take all that times one hundred
And that's what I have here

The setting, story and details
The friends, moments and times
The action, climax and new beginning
Every bit as important in mine

In this tale I am
The princess dancing at the ball
And in this movie I am
The one who gets the guy after all.

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2008

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