I went to watch Annie yesterday *thanks to Analia :D*.


It is a musical about a little orphan girl who’d lived in the orphanage for the whole 11 years of her life while waiting for her parents. They’d left her with a silver locket and a letter saying they would come back soon to pick her up. She’d lived her life with the hope that she’d find her parents someday. She attempted a runaway from the orphanage once but the police brought her back. She was lucky though, she was chosen to spend a Christmas holiday in a billionaire’s house *more like a mansion*.

The billionaire, Oliver Warbucks, fell in love with her and was willing to adopt her until he found out that Annie was trying to find her parents. Mr. Warbucks helped her then, with all the relations he had from the President and FBI; he was even giving $50,000 check to Annie’s parents if they were to show up in his house. Many couples pretended to be Annie’s parents only for the money, of course. In the end they found that Annie’s parents were both dead and Annie was willing to be adopted by Mr. Warbucks.

Being a little girl, Annie was so bright and cheerful she brought happiness to the people around her. This one song is a really good one, telling us to keep positive because tomorrow will be a better day than today. ūüôā

The sun’ll come out¬†
Bet your bottom dollar 
That tomorrow 
There’ll be sun!¬†

Just thinkin’ about
Clears away the cobwebs, 
And the sorrow 
‘Til there’s none!¬†

When I’m stuck a day¬†
That’s gray,¬†
And lonely, 
I just stick out my chin 
And Grin, 
And Say, 

The sun’ll come out
So ya gotta hang on 
‘Til tomorrow¬†
Come what may 
Tomorrow! Tomorrow!
I love ya Tomorrow! 
You’re always
A day

Have a nice weekend, all! ūüôā


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