|Written by||Andrew Horowitz|
|Sung by||Andrew Horowitz|
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Miss Melody had a dream that she had everything she wanted right in front of her. Except for hot tea 'cause she knows that every time it burns her mouth and she is left without a mouth. And every night that she dreams she'll awake and believe that it's all reality. And I'm delighted to join her in smiles that adorn her in this reality. Miss Melody had a cloud that she kept inside her house until it wandered off and never came around again. In his memory planted flowers grew until the house was just a home for all the colors of the pretty flowers. And when one looks in her eyes one is never surprised that she always understands the moment. And if you're dying to meet her don't die I'm most certain with her you'll get along. On Saturday she dreams parade and all around the people wave expecting her to celebrate the chance to go from good to great. At Sunday brunch they speak her name, unconscious minds (will blow the seam.) (While in her home she knits a chair and uses it to knit a bear) And oh my god, she's lost control. The bear grew up and wants her soul. She tries to run but where to go? Her home was here, that's all she knows! Miss Melody has a hat that she puts on to make herself invisible. Can you see her? No, you can't. She casted a spell but it goes away. It's for a very happy day. Miss Melody stopped appearing on a Monday.