Aurora is one of my inayopendelewa Disney Princesses. She has many wonderful traits which make her likable and a good role model.
She's patient, obedient, respectful, tidy, dreamy and very sweet. I upendo how she was talking and dancing with the wanyama before Phillip appeared. I upendo how she woke up and started tidying the house. That means she works just like the fairies. She's also very sweet and kind to her "aunts". I also think she's outspoken like how she tells the vichimbakazi what happened in the forest. Her decision to give up the boy in the forest and get married to the Prince is...
This is exactly the same as my makala over on the DP club, JSYK.
1. Her sense of duty.
kwa far Aurora's best strength. Few heroines put their people au duty before themselves, because it takes a huge amount of emotional strength to, as humans are basically selfish beings. Some of wewe say Aurora lacks a backbone, and that is the only reason why she does this. Could be, but I don't think so. We see from what time we have of her onscreen that she is pretty obedient and doesn't like to rebel. This is bad? No, she's being mature. She doesn't like conflict or...
Aurora: I've Got The Keys To The Kingdom The World Is Open Wide So I'll Just Have To Walk Right Up And See What's Inside I've Got The Keys To The Kingdom And Soon, They Will See They Gave Them To The Right One To Me
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Written by: Sammy Fain and Jack Lawrence Sung by: Briar Rose (Mary Costa), Prince Phillip (Bill Shirley) and Chorus Notes: Reprisals of this song kwa the chorus occur at the beginning and end of the movie.
[Briar Rose:] I know you, I walked with wewe once upon a dream I know you, the gleam in your eyes is so familiar a-gleam Yet I know it's true that visions are seldom all they seem But if I know you, I know what wewe do, You'll upendo me at once, the way wewe did once upon a dream