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TITLE: Garden Disaster
By Leigh MacKelvey
09/17/06
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I revised this after entering it in the Challenge!
Garden Disaster ( Revised)

It started off right, it started off swell
Caviar from the tree, Perrier from a well.
A garden so delightful, honey drips from the vines,
each morning brings itís glory and they live a life divine.
The man loves his lady and the lady loves her gent
The landlord keeps things tidy and He doesnít charge no rent.
Paradise is perfect, Paradise is plush,
Nobody ever dies, nobody makes a fuss .
Then along comes the serpent with a piece of bad advise.
He says,
ďLady eat that apple while itís fresh and ripe.Ē

ďWhy thanks, I surely will,
You donít have to ask me twice.Ē

If the lady only knew snakes just arenít the honest type.

Well now, hell had been restrained by a holy truce
Ďtil the snake slithered in, then all hell broke loose.....

It was a garden disaster, like a hurricane but faster,
blew the leaves right off the tree.
A garden disaster, didnít listen to the Master,
landlord changed the lock and key.
It was a garden disaster.

Gent blames the Lady, Lady blames the Snake,
Snake laughs at them and said
ďFor goodness sake
You blame, you complain!
You blew it all yourself ,
and now you feel the shame!
Better pack and get on out ..
I didnít do a thing!
Just remember
this wonít be over Ďtil
the fat lady sings!Ē

It was a garden disaster, like a hurricane but faster,
honey dried up on the vines.
A garden disaster, didnít listen to the Master,
Man was shown the Exit sign.
It was a garden disaster....

You choose your destination, then
you try to hide!
You give up Paradise and
for what?...your silly pride?!
The Master was prepared with a sweet Disaster Plan.
Donít reject it, accept it,
Itís in place for everyman.

Donít worry Ďbout the fat lady,
donít wait for her to sing,
Ďcause it was all over when
Christ was crowned the King.

It was a garden disaster,
like a hurricane but faster,
blew the leaves right off the trees
A garden disaster, wonít you listen to the Master?
Wonít you listen to the Master?
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