From the album Hollow

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Lyrics

Painted Princesses
Jena Morrow, Jesse Burkhead, Caleb King, Heather King, Alby Odum

Prancing in their high-heeled shoes
Wearing masks and playing parts
They’re learning very young the art
Of masquerading and parading
Past these panes of storefront glass
I’ve gotta ask, who are these

Little painted princesses
Pretending to be someone else
Little women, never girls
Innocence is not their world
Little painted princesses

Practicing their pouting stares
Casting glances, tossing hair
They’re growing up before their time
Playing games of kiss and tell
Giving hearts to willing men
Time and time again (these)

Little painted princesses
Pretending to be someone else
Little women, never girls
Innocence is not their world
Little painted princesses

Who will walk ahead of them
And show them there’s a better way
They don’t have to sell body and soul
At the expense of dreams and goals