Smurfette's Song

A/N- I love the Smurfs! They rock! In case you don't know what they are (you don't know what you're missing!), they are little blue people. This is a songfic to "Mary's Song (Oh My My My)" by Taylor Swift. If you haven't heard that song, find it. It's one of my favorites. Smurfette's POV. After each section of the song, I wrote a moment Smurfette and Clumsy Smurf shared. R&R! Oh, and I tried to use the word "smurf" a lot, like they do in the cartoon, but I'm not sure how well that worked.

Disclaimer- As much as I did, I don't own the Smurfs. Wish I did. :(

I also don't own the song "Mary's Song". As I stated before, it is Taylor's.

And she said...

I was 7 and you were 9.

I looked at you like the stars that shine

In the sky

Pretty lights

I've known Clumsy since we were both infants. We loved watching the stars together, sitting on the roof of Papa Smurfs

house. I always thought that the stars were smurfy, but they never came close to comparing to his eyes. And his sparkling self. I was always THIS CLOSE to telling him- when he always fell off the roof. Unfortunately, he usually dragged me with him. It was a regular occurrence for us.

And our daddies used to joke about the two of us

Growin' up and falling in love

And our Mamas smiled

And rolled their eyes

And said oh, my my my

Papa Smurf always smiled when he saw how much time we spent together. I suspect he always knew I would fall for him. Even before I knew it myself. He's always been observant like that.

Take me back to the house and the backyard tree

Said you'd beat me up, you were bigger than me

You never did, You never did

We had this tree house we would always play in. We pretended we were knights in shining armor, brave warriors on a quest to rescue a fair maiden. One day I said I was a smurfier knight than him, and he got so mad, he said he'd beat me up. I was never scared, seeing as he'd probably demolish the tree house by accident if he tried to get me. Besides, I knew he was too gentle to hurt anyone.

Take me back when our world was one block wide

I dared you to kiss me and ran when you tried

Just two kids, you and I

Oh, my my my my my

One day, we were sitting in our tree house and I started laughing. When he asked me what was so smurfy, I smiled and told him to kiss me. He leaned forwards- he always was way too obedient- and fell out the window.

Well, I was sixteen when suddenly

I wasn't that little girl you used to see

But your eyes still shined

Like pretty lights

I had just turned sixteen when Clumsy finally noticed that I wasn't a little smurf anymore. Honestly, he's not the most observant smurf ever, but I love him anyway.

And our daddies used to joke about the two of us

They never believed we'd really fall in love

And our mamas smiled

And rolled their eyes

And said oh, my my my

I didn't see much of Clumsy for the week after he noticed my age. I had a funny feeling that he was avoiding me... I was gardening when I saw him behind me. He said, "Smurfette? Will you go out with me?" I, of course, started hyperventilating, only stopping for long enough to say yes. Then Clumsy, true to his nature, tried to hug me and fell over.

Take me back to the creek beds we turned up

2 A.M. Riding in your truck

And all I need

Is you next to me

When we were younger, we would always go on wagon rides at midnight. We sat in the wagon and rolled down the hill. He always fell out, but it was fun anyway.

Take me back to the time we had our very first fight

Slammin' the doors instead of kissing good-night

You stayed outside

Until the morning light

Oh, my my my my

A few years ago, I laughed at him when he tripped and fell. I guess it was a bit insensitive, but it was so funny. He ended up falling in a patch of mud and fell again when trying to get up. Anyway, he got so mad he started screaming at me how it wasn't my fault he was such a klutz. I stormed inside and slammed the door on him. When I looked out, he was still there.

A few years had gone and come around

We were sitting at our favorite spot in town

And you looked at me

Got down on one knee

We were sitting in our tree house, just like when we were little kids, and he suddenly got a funny look in his eye. He looked me straight in the face and got down on his knee. As my eyes widened, he said, "Smurfette, you're the love of my life. I promise to love you forever. Will you marry me?" I was so shocked, I could only nod yes. Then I tripped. Typical, right?

Take me back to the time when we walked down the aisle

Our whole town came and our mamas cried

You said I do

And I did, too

We had our wedding outside in the middle of Smurf Village. Everyone was there- Handy, Hefty, Grumpy, Brainy, Poet, Narrator, and of course, Papa Smurf was the preacher. I wore a new dress, and Clumsy wore a new suit from Tailor Smurf. Harmony Smurf played a traditional wedding march on the piano as I walked down the aisle to my true love. Papa Smurf said some words, and we exchanged vows. We both said "I do," and then my husband kissed me. I had never felt so smurfy.

Take me home where we met so many years before

We'll rock our babies on the very front porch after all this time

You and I

Oh, my my my my

We never moved far away from where we grew up together. We had been together for a few years before we got our own little bundle of joy. She had a talent for singing from the very start, so we named her Musette. Get it? Like in music? Lots of people don't, but Clumsy and I think it's perfect. I just have to make sure he doesn't drop her.

I'll be 87, You'll be 89

I'll still look at you like the stars that shine

In the sky

Oh, my my my my

I know that in 50 years, when we are as old as Papa Smurf and just as happy, we'll look back at our lives and know that our lives have been smurfy. I just know it.

A/N- Sooooooooo? What do you think? I wrote this because I felt like I needed to. I love the smurfs. Tell me what you think of this- it's important to me. The Smurfs have always been special to me- I've loved them since I was little. So tell me what you think, but PLEASE be nice! Thanks for reading!

Oh and by the way, if you type smurfs on your word-processing thingy, it is an actual word! Cool, right? That was random. I just felt like sharing that with you.