These boys had nothing left to keep them living and motivated.
They could never be how they were meant to, when created.
As far as the princess knew, there was nothing wrong at all.
For she was still treated the same, and nothing could be her fault.

Princesses are special, so everyone used to say.
She couldn't be a problem, or a slight subject to hate.
The villagers had pity for these boys, being dragged along... for they were the ones who really had done nothing wrong.

The families of these poor dead boys were growing quite distressed.
They planned to rescue their loved ones, it would be a noble quest...
but now I pity the princess, who thought everything was right.
Her beauty was most important, more so than a peasant's life.


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Chapter 3: Standing Up and Standing Up song meanings
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