TREY: [over the fading end of “McGrupp” and the kind of texture that used to back “Rhombus Narration”] So, that’s the end of the story there, for the time being. But, every once in awhile, certain people in Gamehendge still have this one little ritual they use to kind of bring them back to their early days. What they’ll do is, if they’re really missing the days of tranquility. Some of the older members of Gamehendge who remember what it used to be like, on certain days might go out to this green field on the edge of Gamehendge there, and go out walking to this Rhombus that sits in the middle of the green field, this black rhombus. They’ll sing a sort of ditty that they used to sing back in the old days to pray to the gods of the night sky, to Icculus and everybody, and we’re going to leave you with that for this set.
[Band performs “The Divided Sky”]
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