> Charts > Narration Chart: "Sloth", 1993-03-22

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TREY: The Famous Mockingbird comes and grabs the book out of the castle, steals it from Wilson, and brings it back. Flies to the camp of the revolutionaries. Now, Errand Wolfe is standing there, and he is surrounded by his cronies. The Mockingbird comes and lays the book at his foot. He sees it down there, and he starts to get this glimmer in his eye. It’s the book, the book he has been after for years.

So, he picks up the book, has it in his hands, and he starts to get this idea in the back of his head. Now that he’s got the book, if he could just get rid of Wilson, he could have all of the power himself. So, he thinks about a friend of his that lives way in the depths of, in the heart of the city of Prussia, the meanest, most ugly guy in all of Prussia, and he’s gonna hire this guy to help him kill Wilson. He needs this guy to help knock Wilson off. So, he goes into the town and he finds this guy. And this guy’s name is the Sloth [Fish hits drumroll] So, now he’s going to find The Sloth to kill the King Wilson.

[Phish plays “The Sloth” after which Trey continues the story without musical backing.] is a non-commercial project run by Phish fans and for Phish fans under the auspices of the all-volunteer, non-profit Mockingbird Foundation.

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