Tubal and Jubal
Lyerics by Rudyard Kipling
Music arranged by Leslie Fish

Jubal sang of the wrath of God and the curse of thistle and thorn
But Tubal got him a pointed rod and scrubbled in the earth for corn
Old, old is that early mold, young as the sprouting grain
Yearly greed is the strife between
Jubal and Tubal Cane

Jubal sang of the new found sea and the love that it's waves divide
But Tobal hollowed a fallen tree and passed to the further side
Black, black as the hurricane rack, salt as the undermain
Bitter and cold is the hate they hold
Between Jubal and Tubal Cane

Jubal sang of the golden years when wars that moon shall cease
But Tubal fashioned the hand flung spears and showed his neighboors peace
New, new as the nine point two, older than lamak slain
roaring and loud is the feud about
Betwixed Jubal and Tubal Cane

Jubal sang of the cliffs that bar and the peaks that none may crown
But Tubal clamored by junk and scar and there he built him a town
High, high as the snow-ships fly, low as the cold rich drain
wherever they be, they can never agree
Jubal and Tubal Cane