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Kick a slipper in the air, Let it reach a star, Let it fall again. Pick it up, Hold it to your heart, Put it on. Dance in it. walk in it— Dance all day, all night; Walk for miles and miles; Any pavement, any grass, any rocks, Puddles, swamp, sand. Put it on at night if a child should cry, Kick it off, go to sleep— Heel down, toe out, The slipper will grow old, The buckle will grow new, The slipper reached a star— Rhinestones will shine.