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The clock can’t strike thirteen. Midnight’s chimes are the last call. Cinderella hears the tolling and runs Fleeing Leaving The prince on the dance floor With only a memory
There was once a mermaid, From the sea. Who wished to be, like you and me. To freely walk on city streets. And find a place worn with peace. Her home you see, was wrought with strife.
Twas the evening under the sea Where there wasn't one princess but three They resided in separate castles But meeting up was never a hassle
Ever hear of the true story? Of the mermaid in the sea. This is rather gory. A gold kingdom in the ocean. A gulible red haired princess. The tale is in motion.
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.
Rubies glint on the sill in the light of the sun-- A light she'd once seen through miles of murk. "Happily ever after" she heard herself say, While her stranger of a husband prepared for his work.
Petite fish in the sea, little mermaid so lonely, wallows in watery ennui. Enough's enough and life is tough. little mermaid suck it up. devil says, here's my choice.
I didn't know what happened. One minute I was out at sea sailing with no aim. A storm stomping his way. Thunder clapping with the cold rain pouring down so heavily. I lost control of my boat, blacking out after I was hit by a barrel.
There once was a little mermaid With bright crimson hair and tail, green as ocean Little do you know, her story was facade I know, Disney gives you false notion See, her story really goes like this
Swimming around collecting everything I find Things the humans dispose of when they've been declined And then I see this man, this beautiful man who loves to dance
Take me to Atlantis, the wide array of sea life. I want to be where the merpeople are, and sing their songs of seas. Take me to Atlantis where I may meet my Princess, and she will meet hers.
There once was a girl who lived in the sea. She lived with six sisters and dad, And though she was not sad, She also did not find herself to be happy.
I wish I were stronger— Strong enough to kill, To wield this blade against him And cut a smile into his throat. Feet that dance on knives for my sweet voice—
Let his blood drip on your feet little princess and you will receive eternal life Holding the knife in hand, it is tempting
Swimming in the depths Of the deep ocean blue Mermaids have fun Terrorizing the crew. The rich, the handsome, The royal ones, too Cannot escape their clutches No matter what they do.
Who am I? My name is Ariel, but who am I? I'm a mermaid and a princess lf the sea, but I'm not free. I may swim aimlessly with my friends, but I feel so lost.
Half fish, Half human, Could it get any wrose? Half faith, Half disbelief, Could I really survive? Risking my life for love, Bringing my life to doom,
“She must kill him in order to live, but she refuses. She can not find it in her heart to harm him.