Treasure Island

Jenna LeAnn

Little Girl Of Rags

Little girl all dressed in rags,
I see your face, it's oh so sad.
Little girl with tears streaming down,
You can't obscure that stubborn frown.
Little girl who's all alone,
No place to sleep and call your home.
Little girl, a boy has come,
You're sure that he must be the one.
Little girl, a place to stay,
He gives a bed where you can lay.
Little girl whose eyes shine bright,
Tears of joy flow out tonight.
Little girl, the past is gone,
Now you hear a wedding song.
Little girl, on goes the ring,
The voice of your heart begins to sing.
Little girl you now have his heart,
And not even rags could tear you apart.♥

Submitted: Saturday, January 23, 2010
Edited: Monday, November 29, 2010

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