"The Parable Of Ramón" as written by and Mark/havens Roth....
Ramón, he drives a four wheeled cart,
His plow cracks the hardened sod,
A fourth of which he grows for God
In a land that God’s forgotten,
In a land that God’s forgotten.

Serene, they say she bore his child
Like some creature running wild,
Because old Ramón had been beguiled
By someone much younger and fairer then she,
By someone much younger and fairer then she.

Ramón they say he took his life,
And killed both the older and the younger wife,
Because in the midst of earthly strife,
His stars had turned against him.
His stars had turned against him

Ramón, he drives a four wheeled cart,
His plow it cracks the hardened sod,
A fourth of which he grows for God
In a land that God’s forgotten,
A land that God’s forgotten.


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