Parody of “Sun and Shadow”, words by
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Parody of “Sun and Shadow”, words by Mercedes Lackey , music by Paul Espinoza
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|that we’re no||A|
|times still I||F|
|iage wrecked, still a||C|
|Whose night life habits are||G|
Evening lady, none too bright,
Did you have to dance all night?
I thought today we’d fly a kite,
And picnic down by the stable.
It’s lovely by the lake today.
There’s lots of outdoor games to play.
You mustn’t sleep the day away,
But greet it now that you’re able.
Morning person, fit and hail,
So bright-eyed and bushy tailed,
We’ve tried before and always failed,
With outings like those you’re proposing.
Fly a kite indeed, you lout!
Sunlight brings my freckles out.
Now’s no time to be about,
When I would rather be dozing.
Love and longing, truth and lore.
Passion-rich and wisdom-poor.
Careful what you’re wishing for,
Or lead miserable lives ever after.
When some power heard our prayer,
Why were we so unaware
Our problems would not all end there
And turn sorrow into laughter?
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