Charity Buckley

Rookie (April 20th 1987 / Orangeville)

Drama Queen


Everything i say
must always be right
and if by chance i'm not
i'll start a stupid fight

everything i do
must always be the best
and if its not i'll lie
to be better then the rest

If something isnt sad
i'll lie so they are
everybody feel for me
i'm the center star

i will freak out
if i don't get my way
i'll storm around the house
and theres nothing u can say

when i am feeling sick
i'll act like i am dying
and if u dont pay attention
then i will start crying

No i'm not a child
no i'm not a teen
i am nothing more
then a little drama queen

Submitted: Friday, March 09, 2007
Edited: Saturday, January 29, 2011

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