Dancing With The Fiddler

Written by: anne p. murray



The devil dances on the fiddlers bow
  What you reap you'll surely sow
  He's cagey and he's clever
Before you know it he'll have you tethered

Dancing with the fiddler, like a bird without wings
  While his violin plays its eerie strings
  Playing his lies to a haunting tune 
Heard in the night of a darkening moon

Out on the river you can hear them say
  If you dance with the fiddler you'll surely pay
  Be careful when he plays his fiddler talk
  As the legend goes...
The bow and the fiddle is the devil's box