- - - - - -Neverland Night.
Peter Pan, whisk me away to Neverland.
Let's ride the ferry to a distant paradise.
In twilight, we land on the white beach with our hands entwined.
The cool sand cakes our toes.
The thundering waves crashes at our knees.
We're at an isolated paradise.
Where we aren't burdened with adult responsibilities.
Peter Pan, let me stay here forever, please.
But you just hold my hand as the night darkens.
We walk along the shore, collecting fireflies and trinkets.
They're souvenirs for my return.
Because, I'm Wendy Darling and I have to grow up.
Stars dance along the waves, singing my farewell.
You let go of my hand and I board the ferry back, alone.
I said, "Peter Pan, whisk me away to Neverland."
But you never promised that I could stay.
The night can't remain young forever.
And all children must grow up, except one.