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Jose Rodrigo Arango Suaza

(December 17th 1992 / Colombia, Bogota)

Girl in the Mirror


There's a girl in the mirror
I wonder who she is
Sometimes I think I know her
Sometimes I really wish I did
There's a story in her eyes
Lullabies and goodbyes
When she's looking back at me
I can tell her heart is broken easily

'Cause the girl in my mirror
Is crying out tonight
And there's nothing I can tell her
To make her feel alright
Oh the girl in my mirror
Is crying 'cause of you
And I wish there was something
Something I could do

If I could
I would tell her
Not to be afraid
The pain that she's feeling
The sense of loneliness will fade
So dry your tears and rest assured
Love will find you like before
When she's looking back at me
I know nothing really works that easily

'Cause the girl in my mirror
Is crying out tonight
And there's nothing I can tell her
To make her feel alright
Oh the girl in my mirror
Is crying 'cause of you
And I wish there was something
I wish there was something
Oh I wish there was something
I could do

I can't believe it's what I see
That the girl in the mirror
The girl in the mirror
Is me

I can't believe what I see (no....)
(The girl in my mirror)
The girl in my mirror is me
Ohh...is me

'Cause the girl in my mirror
Is crying out tonight
And there's nothing I can tell her
To make her feel alright
Oh the girl in my mirror
Is crying 'cause of you
I wish there was something
I wish there was something
Oh I wish there was something
I could do

Submitted: Monday, December 22, 2008
Edited: Thursday, January 01, 2009

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  • Jose Rodrigo Arango Suaza (12/23/2008 9:14:00 AM)

    My enterprise and me decided to take this song for my new album.

    We have the author's lays.

    So, don't worry about that.

    This song is so pretty. (Report) Reply

  • Jessica Rose (12/22/2008 6:15:00 PM)

    Okay. seriously!
    whats with the disney people songs?
    you didnt write this!
    it was written for the movie anastacia! (Report) Reply

  • Samuel Pennell (12/22/2008 5:58:00 PM)

    I like thios poem very much, especially the rhyme scheme

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    Samuel Stuart Pennell (Report) Reply

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