I was raised on Prince Charming,
Perfect and fair,
Told to dream for a hero,
Who would always be there.
I waited on dreams,
Wasted thousands of wishes,
On a fantasy prince,
With half-hearted kisses.
Then there was a winter ball,
I could finally be the princess,
But when you walked up to me,
I thought: another one to fail the test?
But you proved yourself different,
Exactly what a prince should be, no other scheme,
Never sell yourself short,
Because you're better than any dream.