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​Neverland

This song is by Heather Alexander and appears on the album Wanderlust (1994).

Once we all were children, and so it was we played
But then you all grew up and as adults you went away
And I was left alone here just as it used to be
No one but the Lost Boys, Tinkerbell, and me

So I flew around the moon three times and caught a falling star
And came into this world of mimes to live just as you are
But all I felt was pain here, and one thing that held true
If you did not believe in me, then I won't believe in you

Never again, to do as all adults have done
Never again, for my world and your own as one
Never again, will you hear when the child within me cries
Never again, never is where my heart now lies
Neverland, never is where my heart now lies

Neverland's well protected, against all time and age
All schooling's been rejected, I'm not a parrot in a cage
Your minds are overrated, your spirits all in are cowed
Here I'm not tolerated and my freedom's not allowed

I returned to Neverland to play my favorite games
Forgotten is the pain at hand, and I don't remember names
There's Indians and mermaids, far better than a book
And if my interest in them fades, well, there's always Captain Hook

Never again, to do as all adults have done
Never again, for my world and your own as one
Never again, will you hear when the child within me cries
Never again, never is where my heart now lies
Neverland, never is where my heart now lies
Never again, never is where my heart now lies
Neverland, never is where my heart now lies