Performed by: Judy Kuhn (Pocahontas)

Meanwhile, back in London, John Smith and Pocahontas arrived home from the party and they freed Cleo, Pluto, and Figaro from the ropes, and they led them to the children's room. Cleo gurgled with happiness.

Pocahontas smiled as she turned to John Smith. "John, I'm so glad you changed your mind about Lilo. After all, she's still a little girl." At the party, Pocahontas had a chat with John Rolfe, and her new husband agreed to let Lilo stay with Chip and Dale in the nursery for a while.

John Smith yawned and said, "Pshaw, Pocahontas. You know I never mean those things. Do I, Pluto?"

"Oh, of course not." said Pluto. Then he turned to Figaro, saying, "Don't you agree, Figaro?"

"I agree!" said Figaro, "Isn't he right, Cleo?"

Cleo smiled and gurgled. Pocahontas opened the door and gasped. Lilo was not in her bed. She was gone! And Chip and Dale were not in their bed, either. They were gone, too!

Pocahontas was panicked. "Lilo! Chip! Dale! Children, where are you?" The children were not in London anymore. Pocahontas was heartbroken and she began to cry. Cleo gurgled in sadness. Pluto howled in sadness. Figaro meowed in sorrow. John Smith felt ashamed of himself for being too hard on Lilo.

Just then, a divorce lawyer came in the nursery and asked, "Pocahontas Smith?"

Pocahontas sadly nodded. "Sign here, please." Then Pocahontas wrote her name on the divorce paper and the divorce lawyer told John Smith that he can no longer be with his own wife and children anymore.

As soon as the divorce lawyer left the nursery, John Smith felt guilty. He left the house and into the garden in sadness.

Pocahontas knelt by the nursery window and took out a picture of herself and John Smith and began to sing:

Pocahontas: There was a time
When I was sure
That you and I were truly one
That our future was forever
And would never come undone
And we came so close to being close
And though you cared for me
There's distance in your eyes tonight
So we're not meant to be
The love is gone
The love is gone
The sweetest dream
That you have ever known
The love is gone
The love is gone
I wish you well
But I must leave you now alone
There comes a moment in your life
Like a window and you see
Your future there before you
And how perfect life can be
But adventure calls with unknown voices
Pulling you away
Be careful or you may regret
The choice you make someday
When love is gone
When love is gone
The sweetest dream
That we have ever known
When love is gone
When love is gone
I wish you well
But I must leave you now alone
It was almost love
It was almost always
It was like a fairytale we'd live out
You and I
And yes, some dream come true
And yes, some dreams fall through
And yes, the time has come for us to say goodbye
Yes, some dreams come true
Yes, some dreams fall through
And yes, the time has come for us to say goodbye

Meanwhile, back in Neverland, the song ended and Berry began to cry and hugged Young Tod, crying. "Oh, there, there, Tod." Berry wept bitterly while hugging Tod, who feels sad.

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