As she sits and looks, at four barren walls
Time goes by slowly, no phone, so there's no calls
Her only friends are strangers, not one she really knows
At times she thinks she's going crazy, nowhere else to go
If she had a single wish, she's not sure what it'd be
But if she could, she surely would, wish that you were her
Then she'd leave this lonely place she has to call her home
And soon you'd see just what it means about being
If she had a second wish, knowing where she'd been
She'd wish that she could see someone, besides her
So called friends.
She keeps on praying to herself, if she only had
That fit the lock, on her door,
Goodbye four walls, she's free.