Austria played his piano; it was nice that all the noisy nations were out partying. He could spend his time playing his piano and being alone. That was until he heard a strange, but beautiful, voice come from upstairs.
Closing his piano he readjusted his glasses and walked upstairs.
There he found Hungary who was standing in the doorway.
As he got closer the voice got louder.
"What's going o-."
"Shhh," Hungary said putting her hand over his mouth. Being very careful she pointed to Aria's room.
Austria, still confused, did as he was instructed and listened. He saw Aria sitting in the middle of her room, brushing a doll's hair.
"There is a castle on a cloud,
I like to go there in my sleep,
Aren't any floors for me to sweep,
Not in my castle on a cloud.
There is a lady all in white,
Holds me and sings a lullaby,
She's nice to see and she's soft to touch,
She says "Cosette, I love you very much."
I know a place where no one's lost,
I know a place where no one cries,
Crying at all is not allowed,
Not in my castle on a cloud…"
Aria sang, then there was a sound of the CD changing songs and imminently she started singing along with the woman on the CD.
"A heart full of love
No fear, no regret.."
The man sang.
"And mine's Cosette."
She paused while the man on the CD sang.
"Then make no sound….I am found!.... A night bright as day….This is a chain we'll never break….I'm awake!.... A heart full of you Why regret what could not be?.... I knew it too. Not to me....... Every day Not for me....... For it isn't a dream His heart full of love, Not a dream He will never, After all! Feel this way..."
Austria and Hungary watched as Aria continued to brush her doll's hair.
"Isn't she wonderful?" Hungary asked.
Austria nodded, "Yes she is."
Aria turned around, "Mama Hungary, Vater…when did you get there?"
Hungary walked in, "Just a few minutes ago. You have a pretty voice Aria."
She blushed, "Thank you Mama Hungary."
"Wasn't her singing lovely Austria?"
"Vater, do you want to play dolls with me and Mama Hungary?"
"Sure, Aria," Austria said giving her a small smile. The piano could wait.