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If only there was a wizard
like Dorthy payed a visit.
If only for our wishing.
A far off land exquisite.

An emerald palace standing.
A place for all to come.
Along a yellow brick road
followed down by some.

A path into a city
where all the dreamers go.
A million tiny munchkins
surrounding you for show.

An Oz home to a wizard.
A great and powerful Oz.
A man to answer questions.
Dreams worthy of their cause.

A place where witches bicker
and evil's fought with water.
Where broomsticks are for flying
and monkeys for the slaughter.

A good witch keeping secrets.
Her wand for waving greetings.
And knowing ruby slippers
means home and not for fleetings.


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