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Let the trees embrace you, 

With their long and leafy arms,

Their thick and trusty branches,

Reach up like vines 

To a star speckled sky.


The wildebeest are roaming,

On the dark and murky plain,

They pace until the shining moon 

Shines ever so brightly 

In a star speckled sky



The giraffes are chewing leafy greens,

That are hanging from up above

A calf gallops raggedly to his mother, 

Their necks are stretching up 

To a star speckled sky

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