The twinkling stars in the moonlit gaze
Are these the spirits of the loved ones gone by?
Thou, the creator of the dark, mystic alibi
Pray, tell me which star shineth the least
Pray, tell me which star dulls the most
And would thy sky be any less brighter,
Had thou let go of thus star?
For its precious to me, this little star
And if you would heed
To all thy children, every precious star
Would soon be given,
And I wonder who would look up at your dark alibi;
Who would long to see the once twinkling sky?
For these little stars are more precious
And if truth be told, it would be all dark and scary
So thy alibi would take all our precious spirits
And put them back as stars into thy sky!