That’s My Honesty, That’s My Droven Fear When I Didn’t Forget Nothing

In few years][later in life, he’s going to be an orphan. –Lady

Why’d you tell me that? –Little boy

That’s my honesty, that’s my droven fear when I didn’t forget nothing. –Lady

[to little boy telling friend of little boy who [[she left me alone today]]
boy who wouldn’t be left alone from voices [Lady]
[before] on TV show when other kids [friends with him]
asked for something it was permanent [it happened]
[tone changed][from color to non-colored]
they were kept][wish granted even
if they were playing [joking] wish