Mies rakastui lankesi naiseen, rakastui jumalan kaltaiseen
Ja mieheen moiseen, vaivalloiseen rakastui nainen poloiseen
Eikä tästä karusta elämästä mitään saanut taivaan isästä
Apua anoi vaan minkä mahtoi, Jumala sanoi mitä tahtoi

"Lohtua saat sitten vasta, kun selviydyt ensin saatanasta"

CHORUS: Ota tästä maista kielletyn puun jumalaista hedelmää
se vie sut vaan onnelaan
Jos maistat hedelmää tämän puun,
niin et tahdo enää maistaa hedelmiä muista, paratiisin puista

Nukkuvan naisensa luomien alle mies tahtoi, mutta taivas alle joutui
Siellä piru lymyää, heikoille hymyää valittavalle
Se tarjoaa käärmeisen vuoteen, käteen lykkää tuiman tuopin,
tuonelan vettä, matoista mettä, sen tarjoaa piru ja toteaa että

"Selkäranka uroossa maatuu kaadut kuten mies kaatuu"


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