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The peaceful wish is too much to ask
Of my teenage daughter who wants a blast
Sleep would be nice
A life wouldn’t be so bad
But this is not a laugh
When she makes me mad

Her hormones are racing
Not a little girl
Where did she go
My sweet princess
I really don’t know

I just wish she would realise
The sacrifices I’ve made
But not anymore
She can make her own mistakes

Two little boys
All sweetness and light
They’ve been through the mill
But they are my rocks
Oh I could squeeze them tight

One day she will grow up
And be all nice again
Or has she gone for good
I hope that she will come again

Boys oh boys 
Where did I go wrong
You two are so good
So I must have done something I should

I love you all
And that will never change
I just hope she remembers
What she has put us all through

My hubby and I are so strong
She nearly broke us
And tore us apart
I just want to ask her
If she has a heart

I don’t feel I know her
Like I used to
She has changed
And an exception 
To the rule

Copyright © Michelle Wingrove

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