Treasure Island

Tiffany Tootsiepop

(21/07/1995 / Hospital)

Mirror Mirror on the wall


You once said that it was me
I was once like royalty
I was long ago loved
It was me, you said, he thought of

Long ago, in a world of my own
Somewhere, where the sunlight shone
I was happy and I was free
He was the most important thing to me

[Chorus]
Mirror, mirror on the wall
you just sit there and watch me fall
mirror mirror on the wall
does anybody care at all
Mirror, mirror on my wall (x2)

All you ever did was lie
No one was ever really on my side
So heres to all those times I've cried
All because your hateful lies

[Chorus]

Screaming
Needing you
Screaming
Needing you here

[Chorus]

You once said that it was me
I was once liek royalty

Submitted: Thursday, July 01, 2010
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