Let's make these fingers play,
Across eighty-eight keys of wood and ebony,
In perfect, scale, rhythm and harmony.
Decipher the dots and dashes,
And break all the rules,
once you know all the clashes.
You could learn,
From the masters of this game,
Who played it with honesty and power;
Who played it with delicateness,
Or even Liszt,
Who played without hesitation,
And to woo women;
Who used his sizely hands,
To the fullest,
Using clean moves and precision.
There are many masters of this game,
But I promise,
It's the only game which will keep you,
*Till the very end.
Pianists are wonderful people.