“Cotton candy was invented by the dentist” You fell in love with a sweet cloud that melts in your mouth, you eat it everyday. Even though “The tooth is the only part of the body that can’t heal itself” they say. And you already knew that, but you kept eating anyway. But still, your tooth didn’t ache as much as your heart did, When they told you there’d be taking your cotton candy away. He’s the one who invented it, so to his dismay… All twenty eight of them are now six feet underground, you ripped them all away. Now he doesn’t have to worry about your pearly whites anyday.


You fell in love with a sweet cloud that melts in your mouth, you eat it everyday.
Even though “The tooth is the only part of the body that can't heal itself” they say.
And you already knew that, but you kept eating anyway.
But still, your tooth didn't ache as much as your heart did, When they told you they'd be taking your cotton candy away.
He's the one who invented it, so to his dismay...
All twenty eight of them are now six feet underground, you ripped them all away.
Now he doesn't have to worry about your pearly whites anyday.

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