If my Mirror were Honest

Mirror Mirror on the wall,
Who’s the prettiest of them all?
With hair of gold
And eyes that shine
With lashes so long
This girls a dime
But what’s true beauty?
I want to know.
Can it be found in a fashion show.
Are girls so thin better than ones with guts
Are there things more important than boobs and butts?
So Mirror Mirror on the wall,
Who’s the prettiest of them all?

Dear woman so fair,
I have something to share
True beauty can’t be measured by hair
Nor weight nor height can be a true measure
Of the most beautiful girl that is a true treasure.
My darling, just know, if your smile is bright
And if in your heart you hold a bountiful light
No amount of makeup could hide what’s under your skin
And don’t bother with that double chin
For in your spirit I see true beauty
Not in heels or dresses of gold
But in the way you hold yourself as you grow old.
So listen closely, I’ll say this
I tell every women with great bliss
That everyone has true beauty you know
Let’s teach them all how they can let it show

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