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Bela, The Town Girl

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In a little town called Rabela
There lived a little girl named Bela
Her little life, so simple and plain
Away from all the chaos and pain

She loves to lay and roll on the grass
And watch the waters that look like glass
Stares at the sky and see the clouds form
Oh how she doesn't want to have storm

One day, she found an old dusty box
Engraved on it, a face of fox
She opened it and found a shiny ring
If she will wear it, she'll find her zing

On her way home, she brought it with her
She tried it on, on her ring finger
Then everything went so magical
It reveals a handsome, smiling gal

He greeted and introduced calmly
His face is kind with eyes full of love
He grabbed her hand and kissed it gently
They fell in love with the stars above

Bela, the plain girl from Rabela
Live to make her dreams come real to life
Journeying her way amidst all strife
To meet the man of her dreams, Rhumla
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  1. Zany Lynn

Sweet piece
Has an air of innocence about it...

 
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