The Lord, The Devil and The Boy_The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe

from The Bushwick Book Club Seattle by Vince Mtz. & The Great Blue Yonder

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Inspired by The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis
Music and Lyrics Written by Vince Martinez © 2011/2012/2013


Once upon a time
Men were on the battleline
The children were sent away to play
And guess what they did find

A doorway to another world
discovered by a little girl
She went one day and she did stay
While the others were left behind

And when she did return
The others couldn't take their turn
So they didn't believe what she had seen
And one of them was mean to her

Until he stumbled through
And came to see it too
A world of white that girl was right
And it was quite a sight for sure

There was a woman
Who tempted him with delight
But he was surely not a victim
Of this devil dressed in white

The woman put a curse on him
the apple of original sin
He was to go and leave the snow
And bring the others back there with him

So what could he do
He brought the others back with him to
But he didn't say that he knew the way
But by the end of the day they knew
The Lord, The Devil and The Boy (2/2)
Inspired by The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

They went to see the friendly fawn
But he was already long gone
He had to leave for helping a daughter Eve
And I believe he was even turned to stone

That's when they met the creature
By the name of Mr. beaver
He said that in the end to help their friend
They'd have to be true believers

For there was a savior
The true lord of the land
And when he came his roar of thunder
Would pass the power onto them

That's when the brother took sides
And went off to be her spy
The others instead went and fled
To find the Lord that the brother despised

When they met him they were full of awe
At the size of the Lions paws
He gave them strength and made them think
About the brother they'd left behind

So they went to rescue that brother
Who by now understood his troubles
And when they saved him they forgave him
Because they know that everyone does stumble

But the woman knew of an Ancient power
That would have allowed her
to take the brother from the others
But the Lord he would not cower

He walked the sands with the devil
And in the end gave his life
So that boy and all his troubles
Could become a man and set things right

When the boys fought the battle
The girls witnessed with their eyes
Their lord resurrected
His love and innocence brought him back to life

And the children defeated the evil
And grew old as kings in queens
But eventually they returned to their home world
And they were young again but they knew it was not a dream


from The Bushwick Book Club Seattle, released March 3, 2013


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