Path of pins by Hel Nex published on 2011-12-11T22:37:44Z The tale of red riding hood as it's told in this track. Hope to get these samples in English. It is split by paragraphs just like in the track: Once upon a time there was a little girl... who hadn't seen her mother in seven years. Her mother had dressed her in iron clothes, saying "When you wear out these clothes you may come to me," The little girl rubbed her clothes on the wall trying to tear them Finally she did. She got some milk and bread... and a little cheese and butter... and set out for her mother's house. In the woods she met a wolf. He asked her what she was carrying. "Milk and bread, and a little cheese and butter," she answered. The wolf asked for some... but the girl said no, it was a present... for her mother. The wolf asked whether she would take the path of pins... or the path of needles. The girl said the path of pins... so the wolf hurried off down the path of needles... and ate up the little girl's mother. ”So… what happened to the girl who set out through the woods for her mother’s house?” “I’m too weak…” "Just push on it. It's not locked" the wolf answered. But the door still wouldn't open, so then she crept in through a hole. "Mother, I'm hungry." "There's meat in the cupboard. Eat some." It was the flesh of her mother, killed by the wolf. A big cat jumped up on the cupboard and said... "That's your mother's flesh you're eating." Mother, there's a cat on the cupboard "It says I'm eating your flesh."' It's lying, of course. "Throw a wooden shoe at it." The little girl, having eaten the meat, was thirsty. "Mother, I'm thirsty."' "Drink some wine from the jar." When she did so, a little bird perched on the chimney. That's your mother's blood you're drinking. "You're drinking your mother's blood, you know." "Mother, a little bird on the chimney says I'm drinking your blood." "Throw your cloak at it." Having eaten the meat and drunk the blood... the little girl turned to her mother and said... "Mother, I don't know why, but I'm very sleepy." "Come over here and rest."' Tales of beasts getting involved with humans always end of the bad note. But maybe the beasts have their own… completely different tales. And then the wolf... ate up Little Red Riding Hood.