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Little girl in the mirror
Looking back... Lost in wonder...
Will I be pretty when I'm grown
When my teddy bears and toys give way
To going to school and boys
Will I have one of my own...

Will he be strong
Tue and faithful, right or wrong and will...
Will he take me where the grown-ups always go
Mirror, mirror tell me if you know

Young girl in the mirror
Wedding day... Lost in satin
You watch you life flashing through
Will it be like a storybook rhyme
One last look and the preacher says it's time
Time to say I do...

Will he be strong
Tue and faithful, right or wrong and if...
If I have doubts, will he say it isn't so
Mirror, mirror tell me if you know

Little girl in the mirror,
Looking back...lost in wonder
She feels her mummy's gentle touch
I know what you're thinking girl and...
I can't guarantee a perfect world
But I promise you this much...

Will he be strong,
True and faithful, right or wrong and if...
If he is like your daddy's been to me
You won't need that mirror, girl you'll see.



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