Girl In The Movies

  • Coming attractions will be starring me
    'Cause I want to be the girl in the movies
    The one with the stars in her eyes
    'Cause she gets the roles she chooses
    She can laugh or she can cry
    Acting out her story
    Standing in her glory
    Always happy endings
    I want to be the girl in the movies

    It's time I show the world just what I'm about
    I'm stepping up and I'm stepping out
    I'm feeling bold and I'm feeling proud
    Yes, I want to be that girl

    Oh, I want to be the girl in the movies
    Mmmm
    I want to be the girl in the movies
    Mmmm

    I'm gonna stand up
    And I'm gonna matter
    'Cause I've had enough of my dreams being shattered
    And I've had enough of my tears begin splattered
    I've already been that girl

    Oh, I want to be the girl in the movies
    I want to be the girl in the movies
    I want to be: hey look at me
    I want to be the girl in the movies
    I want to be happy, I want to be free
    Just like that girl in the movies

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