Treasure Island

Brie Carter

(March 12,1994 / Dalton)

Little Girl


Little Girl
Running down a hillside
Arms open, spread wide
Chasing clouds to bigger skies
Rolling along the dandelions
Lost in a snowstorm of light
Until you fall, you'll never fly

Little Girl
Lost in sunrise

Little Girl
Afraid to cross the street
Without momma's hand to lead
The light is green
Trust your feet

Little girl
Cupping a butterfly
In your hands it will die
Holding tighter doesn't work, I've tried
Let it's wings feel flight
Don't cling to life

Litle Girl
Leaning over the edge of a bridge
Watching the river slip
Away
Little Girl
Drop a stick into the stream
Let it carry your dream
Floating to a far off sea
The hardest part is watching it leave
Believe

Red cherry lips
Blow me a kiss good bye
Little Girl
Touch the roof of the sky

Little Girl
Your act is nearly through
and every face you ever know
Is here clapping for you
take a bow
As the confetti falls
Around you
Little Girl
Lost in a snowstorm of light
Little Girl
Lost in sunrise

Submitted: Friday, October 03, 2008

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