Dear Slender man mine Won't you come out to play? It's quite a good morning In the woods today
Let us take a stroll nice In the woods thick and sweet You have been inside for long Too much rest for your feet
Might we find a soul All ready in that place May it put a smile On your featureless face
O dear Slender man mine I know that you see But does it ever bother Can't utter a word in glee?
Hard it must be sweetheart For you to stay all mute See all that is happening In this life so brute
But worry not darling mine I know what you want to say That it's really a good morning To go out and play!