The Man: It is I, your hero, your hero made of steel. Ready to protect you from those ready to **** and steal...
The Woman: Who is my hero? Who is my king? Who is the one who rebukes those relentless fiends?
The Man: It is I, your faith, your faithful loving love, the Awesome God Almighty, as faithful as a dove.
The Woman: You live far away in Heaven, and I’m a country-side girl. Why do You call my name when I’m as robust as a man?
The Man: I gave you your yellow hair, the shadow of the radiant sun. I gave you your freckles, the night stars scattered on your precious face.
The Woman: I raise hens all day long, I rear pigs all day long, yet You seek me my hero, and watch me as intensely as a hawk.
The Man: I am here for you, and you exist for Me. How then can I neglect you when your heartbeats call unto Me?
I formed the mountains, and I shaped the valleys, but you I created in My likeness and for My honour.
The Woman: Surely I have nothing to offer You, a lone country girl. You own all of Heaven, where the gold’s as clear as glass.
The Man: The gold may be pure, the waters may be clear, but I could never surrender My life for them as I did for you that yesteryear.
The Woman: Don’t flutter me with words, my new found King of Steel. I have nothing to offer You as You fill my heart with joy.
The Man: You do hold something, something I deem as of great worth. It is your heart My young princess, My daughter and My love.
The Woman: You’re the Rider on the White Horse, but I’m a poor farmer on a dull mule,
*(The document ends here as it has disintegrated too far to be able to make retrieve more of the work.
It is kept in an unspecified museum.)