mirror mirror on the wall whos the fairest of them all?
show me who it is tell me please i have to know.
mirror mirror it is not me so tell me please you taunt me and
say im fair but i am not the fairest so who could it be?
mirror mirror who is this that you call jesus the alpha omega my
begining and end the fairest the greatest the best in the universe.
then show me him and show me myself in our true from...............! ! ! ! ! ! !
no way no how him a simple white dove and me a beast what! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
this is outrageous an abomination he is pure and clean and me a beast
you called me fair how can this be........................what did you say
look closer i am not the beast but the one that is trying to control me is
oh my the devil that is the beast but wait the dove is overpowering
so i am the fairest through the dovei see i see i do belive thank you
mirror mirror on the wall for showing me who is the fairest of them all.
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