Well, it all started while we were on choir tour. We were in Disneyland, California. It had been a lovely, sunny day, full of excitement and fun; riding rollercoasters, meeting Disney characters, and singing choral music. My best friends and I were concluding this marvelous day by taking our last stroll down mainstreet. The sun had just set and the firey sky had just begun to fade when a lively group of four, best-dressed young men surrounded me and started to sing.
It was a performing Disney quartet. They sang a mix of every kind of Disney melody you could think of. Ranging from "A whole new world" to "Under the sea". When suddently they started to sing a tune I did not recognize. It was bizarre. The song was addressed to me personally. The chorus proceeded to propose a question. The question every girl dreamed of being asked. "Will you go to Prom with me?" I gasped. This was the moment I never thought would come. I waited in anticipation to hear the name of who had sent the singing quartet.
The song continued when suddenly I heard the most amazing harmonizing voice I had ever heard in my entire life. But I could not see where the voice was coming from. It was not one of the four original singers. The next instant, everyone froze, the music ceased, and a single spotlight shown down in the middle of the Mickey Mouse plaza. A young man, that the beautiful voice belonged to, stepped into the center of the spotlight but I could still not tell who it was. His head began to lift so I could see the face of the voice. The next line of lyrics ran off his tongue.
They sang: "with me, Sam Norton!"
The other singers joined in with the harmonys. The Disneyland fireworks went off above the castle announcing the finale of the scene to the whole themepark. I stood speechless. Had Sam Norton really just sang a song in the middle of Disneyland to ask me to Prom?
When I finally came to my senses and realized what had just happened, I squealed with excitement. I was ecstatic. Disney magic was everywhere. This moment would go down in history as the best moment of getting asked to prom. Ever.
We finished up tour, having a blast. Even on the 14 hour bus ride home. It had been the most ideal trip ever imagined.
Too bad it never happened and I still havn't been asked to prom.
Only in my dreams.