She says "Oh, can't complain, I'm just bored out me brain,
Day in and day out doin' nowt"
"Who you talkin' to" shouts Mabel, who was still only able
To see Cain's back end stickin' out

It was then that Cain noticed it wasn't a room
He was deep in a forest o' sorts
From what he could tell, it was a green leafy dell
"It's likely enchanted" he thought

Wi' birds all a'twitterin' he din't hear Mabel witterin'
As he bundled the rest of him through
The witch patted the grass, she says "Company at last,
Sit down lad. I've just made a brew"

She says "I have to admit, since the last folks done a flit,
And took that old wardrobe away,
We've not seen a soul until you made that hole"
She says "Eeh, lad. You have made my day"

"Wait I'll fetch Brian" she says "Brian's me lion"
And she got up and shouted ‘is name
  Right enough she weren't lyin' cos this lion come flyin'
Thank goodness the bugger was tame

He curled up next t'Cain. He says "Ello, what's your name?"
He says "Cain, I'm the bloke from nextdoor"
You could see he'd been cryin' had Brian the lion
"Eeh, it's dead nice to see you" he roared

"Me and the witch are dead lonely. We keep thinkin' if only,
We had visitors, that'd be great,
Cos you see, me and her, like enemies, we were,
But now there's just us, we're best mates"

Just then Cain heard a yelp and what sounded like ‘Help!'
It was Mabel. She was shoutin' poor soul
She'd got sick of waitin' but was now suffocatin'
She'd got herself wedged in the hole

A right frockbuster was Mabel she weighed twenty stone
Cain looked and says "Heavens above!"
She was stuck halfway through and turnin' quite blue
Round the gills, so he give her a shove
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