Enter Princess Pandora, a wannabe butterfly and a resentful princess! Her deep yearning is to join the popular butterfly gang and to, “Fly like a pretty butterfly!”
Here we are introduced to her inner angst of being born something she doesn’t want to be, while believing no-one understands her difficult plight. She feels quite despondent about this and wants to, “Shut the world out of my eyes.”
We are also introduced to the comical Aunt Agatha, who tells her to stop wasting her time, “Hanging with her silly friends, pretending to fly,” and instead instructs her to get a job!
Enter her good friend and confidante Prince Piper, who asks her to tell him all about her problems, but concedes to her that, “All this talk of endless flying, you always end up crying,” meanwhile encouraging her to be free to express who she wants to be.