I reached out in the night and felt something soft. And felt something cold, you were warning me off. It bit my hand and I don't think that's friendly. Must I understand that now I'm your enemy. I wouldn't mind, if only you'd tell me.
You were once warm and cuddly, now youÂre all skin and bone. Curled up like a hedgehog, under a stone. Why the cold shoulder? Why the sharp tongue? Do you no longer love me, or what have I done? I ask, you don't tell me. You just remain dumb.
Now I've finished the quest, completed the test. Climbed up the tree just to get to your nest. But now all that greets me, your elbows and knees. Elbows and knees, just two of each, But plenty to keep you out of my reach.