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Once upon a time, in a kingdom far away, There was a beautiful tiger princess. And every prince from near and far Tried their best to win her heart.   The tiger princess was kind and good,
Bell was a poor girl, but she was smart She had no time for men, only the arts. One day he came, with the tongue of a snake  Told her pray and he’d take her away From all the poverty, soreness, and shame
It is 2017. The Great United States is almost 250 years old, 250 years of experience and struggles Yet men and women are still not equal
I am not Cinderella But I happen to have her shoe size A coy smile And I’ve come to the conclusion That this Is enough For a man
I am not Cinderella But I happen to have her shoe size A coy smile And I’ve come to the conclusion That this Is enough For a man
Once upon a time The little mermaid dreamed. She dreamed of the sky And the things unseen. She wanted to walk, and to run, and to jump, But most of all, she wanted a pup.  
Dragons are so cruel, As mean as they could be. At least, thats what the world decided, but it's not the case for me!   I need to edit the storybooks, since they've forgot an important part.
Why must there always be a damsel in distress? Waiting in her elegant dress, the Princess waits for Prince Charming to arrive,  So that he can rescue her from her tragic backstory and together forever thrive.
Belle I live to protect my father The villagers believe he's not well Explain that he's a man of pure genius, They'll just put both of us through Hell   I am perceived as "the beauty"
Restless. Waiting for her prince. Her purpose. Adhering to expectations Carefully crafted by those before her. Desiring to find her place Within her tower. The jewels and gold are worthless
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