TREY: Hold on. Before we start this song that, Kung, which you just heard, was part of the ancient ritualistic chant that leads into this next song… [long pause for tuning] So here it comes now, as i tune the guitar… [pause] All tuned, here it comes now.
Travelling out into the middle of a green field, vast stretching in every direction, green grass, high tides, forever. Green grass, high tide, forever. Green grass, high tides, forever. Green grass, high tides, and there in the distance in the middle of the green grass… is… a Rhombus. [Mike screams Yes!!!] Black black black black is the color of my Rhombus and people throwing three three hook-ed instruments with rope, three hook-ed instruments into the air, onto this edge of the Rhombus [Yes!!!], climbing up the rope, onto Rhombus, and then looking up [Yes!!!] at the sky [Yes!!!], and screaming, the thing we are going to scream in this song….
[“Divided Sky” begins]
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