Jump-Rope Song From Another Age - Poem by Daniel Muller
Little shrivelled man, Little shrivelled man, don’t you be alone.
Yesterday you still were, someone’s standing stone.
Little shrivelled man, Little shrivelled man, don’t you be so sad,
You know you have potential, you know you’ll get there yet.
Little shrivelled man, Little shrivelled man, don’t let it go to your head,
The blood is needed elsewhere too, relax and stay ahead.
Large angry man, large angry man, please just settle down,
It’s not morning yet, some else still wears your crown.
Large angry man, large angry man, don’t you be so loud,
You’ll have your day, another time, and then you’ll stand so proud.
Large angry man, large angry man, do you really not see?
The little shrivelled man, the little shrivelled man, is what you’re gonna be.
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