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Rick Adriolo

Rookie - 117 Points (22-01-1988 / The Netherlands (Holland))

Cursed..


Mirror on the wall
Please let me see what I need to see
Because lately I'm not feeling al that strong
Nothing seems to make me happy, nothing seems to be fun
I don't know what to do 'cause my mind is on the run
Mirror on the wall please can you tell me what went wrong..

Dear fortune teller
Please look into your crystal ball
Crystal ball please let me see how to learn what's never shown
It seems that in the end we're all on our own
Because all that I see Is my own reflection staring back at me..

High voodoo master
Please reverse this curse
Because I live and die
I laugh and I cry 
Please you must take away the pain
Before I can begin to live again..

Oh beautifull guardian angel
Please wave your magic wand
Please take me away to a place I've never been 
Show me a world I've never seen
And will you come whenever I call 
Will you be there to pick me up whenever I fall..

Falling star in the sky
Please let my wish come thru
I wish what my heart desires most at a time like this
Please can you show me what way it is
Do you know where I'm going
Because there's no way that I'm knowing.. 

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2013

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