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Chorus:
I wish I could go back to those fairy book tales
Forget the real world awhile
And seek the sees of the talking whales
A place of wishing wells and magic spells
Where everything starts out once upon a time
Long, long ago and ends happily ever after

1st stanza:
I could go up the hill and run with jill
The giant could smell I'm no english man
Cinderella dance with me at the ball
I told the queen of hearts about my plan
I traveled wonderland with alice
I met with snow white in the woods
I flew with peter pan in never, never land
Picked some berries with ms. red riding hood

Repeat chorus

2nd stanza:
I could be an outlaw in the west
Save the damsels in distress
We could sleep a hundred years
I could wake you up with a kiss
We'll swim the seven seas
We could make love more than twice
Fly like dragons in the skies

3rd stanza:
We could hang around on trees
Or buzz around like bees
We could make some honey
We don't need no money baby
Just turn your back
You'll see jumpin jelly beans sack
Just wait for me jack
I'll be back, I'll be back

Repeat chorus



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