We believed in fairy tales that day I watched your father give you away Your aim was true when the pink bouquet Fell right into my hands We danced for hours and we drank champagne You screamed and laughed when I got up and sang And then you rode away in a white Mustang To your castle in the sand Through the years and the kids and the jobs And the dreams that lost their way Do you ever stop and wonder Do you ever just want to say Hey hey, Cinderella, what's the story all about I got a funny feeling we missed a page or two somehow Ohh-ohhhh, Cinderella, maybe you could help us out Does the shoe fit you now We're older but no more the wise We've learned the art of compromise Sometimes we laugh, sometimes we cry And sometimes we just break down We're good now 'cause we have to be Come to terms with our vanity Sometimes we still curse gravity When no one is around Yeah, our dolls gather dust in the corner of the attic And bicycles rust in the rain Still we walk in that fabled shadow Sometimes we call her name Hey hey, Cinderella, what's the story all about I got a funny feeling we missed a page or two somehow Ohh-ohhhh, Cinderella, maybe you could help us out Does the shoe fit you now Hey! Cinderella, maybe you could help us out Does the shoe fit you now Fit you now, Ohh-ohhhh, Cinderella (Cinderella) Does it fit you now? Cinderella (Cinderella) Ohh-ohhh-ohhhh Cinderella (Cinderella) Hey Cinderella (Cinderella)
Written by: SUZY BOGGUSS, MATRACA BERG, GARY HARRISON
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