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Reason to fight

Love confetti balloons with tickle wars and a pillow fight
My favorite way to end a chaotic crazy night
When the world has grown so cold and nothing turns out right
I thank my lucky stars for those confetti balloons with tickle wars and a pillow fight
When darkness has taken hold and there's no spark to ignite a light
Super stars are to my rescue asking for those confetti balloons with tickle wars and a pillow fight
If you're feeling low we've got the cure to lift your spirit to a new height
Dive into confetti balloons with tickle wars and perhaps a pillow fight
Let hearts melancholic beat change tune soaring happier in flight
Upon silver lined clouds of confetti balloons with tickle wars and a pillow fight
Age is only a number life's too short to be so uptight
Too old said no one ever to confetti balloons with tickle wars and a pillow fight
When smiles drown and hope seems to be nowhere within sight
Find it floating amongst confetti balloons with tickle wars and a pillow fight
When the day is long and your left without wind to keep sailing your own kite
You'll manage to gain a second wind for those confetti balloons with tickle wars and a pillow fight
Don't dare forget that big bear hug and Eskimo kiss goodnight 
Perfect close to fun with confetti balloons with tickle wars and a pillow fight
Upon drifting to realms of delightful dreams dear Lord I wish I may I wish I might
Have endless supply of confetti balloons with tickle wars and a pillow fight

Copyright © Melissa Tracy | Year Posted 2020

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