On a tailgater and challenge by R. S. Gwynn who said, “Is there a Miltonelle in your future? I hope not!”
Of man’s first disobedience and the fruit
Of man’s first disobedience, its fruit:
God’s ways ain’t for this homeboy to dispute.
That angels tumbled from the fluffy clouds,
From inky darkness and from fluffy clouds
And led to disobedience and its fruit;
That there was naked Eve just waitin’ there
Down in Eden – that she was waitin’ there —
Ain’t for this guilty homeboy to dispute.
The fruit fell off the tree and hit the snake
On the head, gave that sneaky snake
What led to disobedience and its fruit.
That Eve got information, passed it out
To Adam, and their clan were all thrown out
Ain’t for this guilt-filled homeboy to dispute.
That’s what they did, and that is why we’re here,
That’s why we’re waitin’ here year after year,
Us homeboys and our girls in disrepute
Coniderin’ disobedience and its fruit.