This is a song about Emilia, she’s a pretty quirky girl in the state of Minnesota, she has brunette hair and smile that can brighten your day, and when you saw her this is what she’d say,

Oh hello mister, how are you today, well that's fine and I like my school, but I gotta go, talk to you soon,

This is a song about Emilia, she’s a pretty quirky girl in the state of Minnesota, well the kids picked on her and made fun of her weight, they’d say “hey, you’re a fag, and I hate you’re face," well Emilia would just shrug it off, and say

“Sticks and stones, may break my bones but your words may never hurt me,"

This is a song about Amelia, she’s a pretty quirky girl in the state of Minnesota, well the bullying got worse and her self-esteem went down, her beautiful smile quickly changed to a frown, the kids made fun of her some more, they’d say “hey, you’re bitch, and you’re a whore,” but Emilia would just shrug it off, and say

“Sticks and stones, may break my bones, but your words may never hurt me,

This is a song about Emilia, she was a pretty quirky girl in the state of Minnesota, she had brunette hair, and smile that could brighten your day, well if she was still alive this is what she’d say,

"Oh hello mister, how are you today, well that's fine, and I like my school, but I gotta go, talk to you soon,"

See the bullying got worse and worse, and she found it harder and harder to stay,
sticks and stones, may break my bones, but words are what hurt her in the end, so watch what you say,

This is a song about Emilia, she was a pretty quirky girl in the state of Minnesota, she had brunette hair, and smile that can brighten your day, now she makes heaven shine brighter with her pain

Sticks and stones, may break my bones, but your words they hurt me, but your words they hurt me, but your words they hurt me,


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