Andalasia, Andalasia That happily-ever-after place Always remember Andalasia And a smile will always be
Upon your face
Once upon a time
In a magical kingdom called Andalasia
A baby was found in the forest
With no mother or father to speak of
The baby was raised by the animals
Who loved her as one of their own
And her name was Giselle
Giselle grew into a beautiful young lady...
With a loving heart and a secret desire
I've been dreaming of
A true love's kiss
And a prince
I'm hoping comes with this
Until one day, she won the love
Of Andalasia's bravest prince!
But then, Giselle was pushed
Through a portal by an Evil Queen
And landed in a strange
And extremely confusing kingdom called...
New York City, New York City
There she met Robert
Who was a lawyer with dreamy eyes
And a daughter named Morgan
Who saw magic everywhere she went
So Giselle and Robert fell in love
And they lived...
Ever, ever after
Come on! Read it again, Dad
What if I told you that "ever after"
Wasn't the end of their story?
What do you mean?
We've heard this story a million times
That's how it always ends
Uh, uh, uh
You only heard part of the story
See, it turns out, New York
Wasn't Giselle's happily-ever-after after all
Well, I'm not too proud of my part in this one
But if you two will get into bed, I'll read it to ya
This story begins where the old one left off:
In the kingdom of New York after "happily ever after."
After? But there is no after, after "happily ever after."
Yeah, you just get married
Then nothing ever happens to you again
Oh, not in this world
Over there, things would never stop happening
For Giselle, a few years went by
Morgan sprouted up, and eventually
Robert and Giselle had a baby
A beautiful girl named Sofia
And for one moment, Giselle truly had it all
And that's when things began to change
First, with all the baby stuff
Their castle in the sky shrunk two sizes
Then, life got so busy
It felt like a sleeping curse fell over them every single night
But the hardest part of all was Morgan
She became what that world calls a "teenager."
And it felt to Giselle that she had set out to a faraway place where she could never go
With so much changed, Giselle started feeling
That life in the kingdom of New York
Wasn't such a fairy tale after all
And that's when she saw... a sign
In Monroeville, oh, Monroeville
Where life is so simple, clean, and clear
So think of moving to Monroeville
And they always say your Fairytales are dear
And so they packed up and moved...
To a place where there ain't nothin'
To perturb ya
Or disturb ya
A new and magic kingdom