The "Happily" Ever Afters

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Snow White and the Seven Dwarves
Hi Hoe, hi Hoe
Snow White’s about to go
Because of unprotected sex
From her Seven Dwarves’ treks
They gave her AIDS
And now she fades
This is worse than the poisoned Apple from her mom
Which would have worked better as a bomb
But the Witch couldn’t get it from Suddam And there goes her Happily Ever After Cinderella & Alice in Wonderland Have you ever wondered why
Cinderella’s stepmom locked her high?
She must be contained within her cell because of Alice D. Alice was in Wonderland in a dark, dark cell.
She claimed that rabbits talked to her but even you can tell
That there was something wrong with her and she shared it with Elle. Ella claimed that there was one who came to her late at night.
This one had wings and shiny things that never gave a fright.
The pumpkin turned into a carriage and rats were horses, very white. This story she shared with stepmother about a Prince Charming
Made her step-family find Alice D. quite alarming.
But the story was one that kept Elle up at night hallucinating. And there goes her Happily Ever After Beauty and the Beast During the French Revolution, Belle was caught in a fight
In order to set it straight she brought her boyfriend to the scene.
But as the Beast came up to them, they saw he was no knight.
They charged Belle with bestiality when she was just a teen. They found that she had rabies from kissing her monster man
When they found her frothing in the mouth
So then they forged a plan
They had to kill the beast by turning him into jam. And there goes her Happily Ever After Sleeping Beauty
She claims to know you, she walked with you once upon a dream.
She said she know you, the gleam in your eyes are so familiar a gleam.
But we know it’s true that it’s only because she’s gone to extreme

Aurora’s been shooting heroine for a good long while
And she’s pretty much overdosed and covered in bile
That’s why she won’t wake

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