Before The Bell Tolls (Druhá tráva)

My wife told me, "man, best watch your manners" As I straighten out her rattlesnake skin belt "If you anytime touch any other woman you'd be finish, you know what it means" Sometime later came my brother with eight banners And on each of them a lady in lamb'spelt And said, "brother, won't you come and have some fun With these magdalasque Magdalenes" But I'm not just someone who jumps when you call him But I'm not just someone who lies like an island Somewhere upstairs in life's fountain they are kissing and they're dancing like they really want to die Then I hear their bodies tightly press the floor no longer young but not yet old Though it makes me smile I wonder what is missing So I ask my mother, "help me, where am I" She says, "son, I can't help you find the door but dress yourself, you'll catch a cold" But I'm not just someone who jumps when you call him But I'm not just someone who lies like an island I like everyone I'm loved by everybody In the army of my equals I will cross all the milestones of those diligent and patient While a joy is creeping wildly up my spine Ring them bells, reflections off my body Shine them lights, maybe this is it, who knows Make them know, this is my time and destination Let me have all those saries and fines