In the vineyard there’s two young lovers in the bright, making their plans
“Bring your family under dad’s backyard and strings of light
We’ll dance, and everyone to view!”
Spinning in the lace, choral of the shouts, lips in hallowed safe
To colors of the trails that both of them will take
Untying of the barge, as they wave away
Mother turns to say, “What a grand escape!”

She’s a lover and he forged a home under the trees
They felt alive
Bless the woman when she gave birth to a lovely babe
She smiled, as he stood amazed
“What a burst of stars and fate to intertwine a child’s purest life,
If we start to bless, woman can’t you see?
This baby has a chance beyond the solar cold,
To start a cleaner slate, what a grand escape!”

One night happened where the wall fell bending up the floor
The flood to drown
They were sleeping as the tall shelf crashed over the man, it pinned him down
She rose panicked and tried to pull her husband free, the water at her waist
He said, “Honey, leave me and go and grab the babe!”
She got the child, but won’t make it too safe
She looked out at the trees, there was only one last chance
Maybel, she now comes, creeping on the waves
Calling from the porch, In which she turned her face,
“I dread the thing you are but the hour it is now!
You need to save my baby, I gotta get my husband out!”
The witch’s eyes lit up and spun away in greed
It’s uneasy to entrust a child to the grave
As the witch fled on her way, the evergreens in sway
What a grand escape!


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