"Caylee" (Words & Music by Mitchell Stone) / Copyright © 2011 Emstone Music Publishing / Performed by Mitchell Stone
Mitchell Stone wrote "Caylee" on Sunday, July 17, 2011, the day of the release of Casey Anthony from Orlando, Florida's Orange County Jail, following the courtroom verdict for which Casey was found not guilty of killing her two-year-old daughter, Caylee Marie Anthony. The song is a tribute to Caylee...it only reflects the facts brought out in the case...and it is not intended to be construed as an indictment or accusation of guilt against Casey Anthony.
Caylee, who killed you, baby?
The courts say maybe it was Mommy
But they're not sure
If I was Mommy, I'd run like hell
'cause no one likes a child murderer
Caylee, how did you land in the woods
In a garbage bag with duct tape 'round your mouth?
You couldn't win
If I was Mommy, then I'd fly south
So far south, and never come back again
Caylee, when you were gone
Mommy lied, Grandma cried
And Grandpa tried to find you
But your life was behind you
And Mommy left you in the cold
And the world cried for little Caylee
Who killed you baby?
The courts say maybe it was your Mommy