Mirror Mirror on the Wall


Mirror, Mirror, on the wall.

Who's the fairest of them all?

Don't be scared to look at your reflection.

Everyone is different, you're the perfect complexion.


Even when your hair is a mess.

Natural beauty is better, I must confess.

Don't worry if your clothes aren't an expensive brand.

Whatever you wear is good enough, you have to understand.


Walk around like you're the boss, with your head held high.

Forget the makeup, throw away your oversupply.

Who cares if your teeth aren't perfect, always smile.

The feeling of an welcoming smile is worthwhile.


Any shape and size you are, you're amazing. 

I'm not just saying that, you're worth praising.

Next time you look in the mirror, always know,

You're beautiful even if you don't have your own tv show.


Who cares if you gained a little weight?

Who cares if your hair isn't straight?

Stop getting up an hour early to impress others.

You're good enough, show your true colors.


Mirror, Mirror, on the wall.

Who's the fairest of them all?

All along the mirror was trying to tell you, 

Your reflection is the most beautiful view.

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