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The Littlest Prince

The littlest Prince lived and died in the Vault

He began his music career early-on learning every aspect of the music 
The littlest Prince had received his first lessons from his father who had his own band

The littlest Prince father was not a king but also himself a Prince and his mother was the lead back up singer

The littlest Prince went to school and returned to the vault at night but he was not well liked because of his small stature and turned to music for his salvation

He formed his own bands like his father and worked on his craft but anger and rage and sexual upset and poverty formed his music then

The littlest Prince was without a father when his parents divorced but because of his work in the vault he was signed to a record deal at the age of 19

The littlest Prince achieved much success with hit after hit after hit and he secluded himself inside the Vault and away from the other stars and musicians on the west and east coast

The littlest Prince settled in the middle of America and built an even larger white Vault and lived inside of it and locked himself in 

But things were not quiet on the inside the littlest Prince wrote and collaborated with other artists and writers and musicians

Inside the Vault was a world of his imagination symbols mythology love music and sexual mayhem

The littlest Prince was heard to say that if he did not make music he would die

The littlest Prince like the Vault was surrounded in secrecy lawyers and no personal interviews and only he could enter the Vault

The littlest Prince lived and died in the Vault

And it has been said that whoever controls the Vault controls his future

The littlest Prince prophetically said days before his death wait a few days before you waist yours prayers

Inside the Vault there is enough music from the littlest Prince to outlive us all into the 22nd century

The littlest Prince may have died but long live the littlest Prince






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