The Apple that fell


It was a day (a day it was),
a sunny day in Eden.
Where Adam born of dust and stars,
and Eve born of freedom.

It was on that day (that sunny day).
That God did grow a tree,
a tree of greatest wonder.
Where a snake wrapped round its roots,
and burned the leaves asunder.

A bite! A bite!
Was all it took, a bite with a mighty crunch!
A bite where a snake licked his lips,
but never ate his lunch.

Two fools were stripped,
Stripped and led astray,
An angel with a mighty sword,
who took their life away.

And so it was the snake was punished,
punished and sent to Hell,
sent to Hell and burnt the ground.
Where the apple fell.

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