Hey pretty girl, you pretty little soul
Look at you, your ribbons are so pink
Don’t you cry for your shoes got dirty
Don’t you forget you are mum’s Barbie
Don’t you topple for the world left you alone
Stop, see and move at every turn
Wont you smile for me when I ask you to?
Your innocence is your charm, don’t you let it go
Open up your fists, there’s nothing inside
Have you learnt the art of smiling inside?
There’s chocolate smeared on your face
Oh! Did you learn to tie your shoelace?
Do you run after butterflies & catch them still?
Oh! Do your Jack and Jill still climb the hill?
Does mum still read you the bed time fable?
Don’t you forget you are dad’s angel.
Do you still wear & pose with mum’s big sweater?
Moreover do you still sleep with your books open?
Is the swing still your favourite place?
Is mum still you’re closest friend?
Do you still make that cute asking face?
Don’t worry dad will bring all problems to an end
And soon enough you’ll become a teen
and dad may forget gift number seventeen
Pimples and periods may bring you down
but pain is a teacher, don’t you frown
You would party, booze and run into the wild
but make sure you take your decisions without going blind
and wherever you maybe, know this:
You’re never too far from your guardian’s eyes
Drop your anchor and return to the port
You would find your parents guarding your fort
And yay baby! Don’t you cry for the world played dirty
You would always be dad’s angel and mum’s Barbie :)
Hey pretty girl, you pretty little soul !
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