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CHARLES
Gentlemen. Be seated. Map! Well, gentleman, it’s been a long hard march. This is where we are… here. Tomorrow morning at sunrise, we go against the Visigoths.

PIPPIN
Hah! Visigoths!

CHARLES
Pippin, sit down. Now, the main factor in tomorrow’s battle is the terrain. So, look at this map. Study it. Remember it.

PIPPIN
Father, why can’t we just go out there and slaughter them?

CHARLES
You spoke, Pippin?

PIPPIN
Since we’re braver and stronger and have God on our side, can’t we just go out there and kill at will?

CHARLES
War is a science, Pippin.

PIPPIN
That takes half the fun out of it right there.

CHARLES
There’s plenty of fun when you win.
War is a science
With rules to be applied
Which good soldiers appreciate
Recall and recapitulate
Before they go to decimate
The other side
Now, gentlemen, this is the plan for tomorrow’s skirmish.
The army of the enemy is stationed on the hill
So we’ve got to GET them down here, and this is how we will
Our men in the ravine (That’s this area in green)
will move across the valley where they plainly can be seen
and the enemy (in blue) will undoubtedly pursue
For that’s what you depend upon an enemy to do.

PIPPIN
and then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! the blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations! we can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Pippin, sit down immediately.

PIPPIN
I’m sorry, Father. I just got carried away.

CHARLES
Now, where was I? Ah yes.

War is a science
A breeding ground for brains
And though I cannot write my name
The men whose pens have brought them fame
Write endless paragraphs explaining my campaigns

Now when the foe see our soldiers marching
through the lea
they will mount a charge and meet us at the point I’ve labeled B
And their bowmen on the hill (in yellow on the map)
Will leave their posts to join the rest and fall into our trap.
Then we’ll cut off reinforcements and retreat of any kind
Beating principles of enfilade and defilade in mind.

and if all the plays we pick to really
work to bring to pass occur
We won’t have just a victory
We’ll have ourselves a massacre

And then, And then
And gentlemen, And then….

PIPPIN
and then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! the blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations! we can hear a grateful nation’s-

CHARLES
Pippin!

PIPPIN
I’m sorry, feather. It won’t happen again.

CHARLES
In conclusion, gentlemen

Now to me closely I’ll endeavor to explain
What separates a charlatan from a Charlemagne
A rule confessed by generals illustrious and various
Though pompous as a Pompey or daring as a Darius
A simple rule that every great man knows by heart
It’s smarter to be lucky than it’s lucky to be smart

And if the fates feel frivolous
And all our plans they smother
Well suppose this war does shrivel us
There’ll always be another!

And then….

ALL
And then….

CHARLES
And gentlemen, and then….
Now… gentlemen… now!

SOLDIERS
And then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! The blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations!
We can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Pippin, I find your attitude very disturbing.

PIPPIN
Oh, Father. I’m sorry. It was just all that talk about enfilade and defilade.
CHARLES
Now remember this, Pippin. The Visigoth king across the valley is talking about enfilade and defilade, too. That’s the way it’s done.

PIPPIN
I’ll know better next time.

CHARLES
I certainly hope so. Well, there’s just one other thing. I always like to spend the night before battle praying. I would like my town songs to join me. (Kneeling.) Oh God, we who fight in your name and in the name of your Son, ask for victory in combat tomorrow…

PIPPIN
Father, is the Visigoth king praying for victory, too?

CHARLES
Oh yes. Old King Aleric is one of the best prayers in the business. Lewis… Pippin… It’s time.

LEWIS
You’re going to be very proud of me, father.

PIPPIN
I’ll try not to disgrace you, sir.

CHARLES
Very well. Follow me!

LEADING PLAYER
Battles, marvelous and bloody.
Glory, glory! Glory, glory!
Praise be to Charles or Lord
Triumphant is his sword
Allegiance is his word
Glory! Glory!
Glory! Glory!

Blood!
Blood is red as sunset
Blood is warmer than wine
The taste of salty summer brine

Uh huh! Steel!

ALL
Steel! Steel is cold as moonlight
Steel as sharper than sight
The touch of bitter winter white

SOLDIERS
Shout it out from the highest tower
shout it out in the darkest hour
Charlemagne, you lead us on to

ALL
Power!

LEADING PLAYER
War!
War is strict as Jesus
War is finer than spring

LEADING PLAYER AND TWO SOLDIERS
Service to Christ and to our

ALL
King!
Shout it out from the highest tower
shout it out in the darkest hour
Charlemagne, you lead us on to power….
(Trio dance)
LEADING PLAYER
Ta dum!
War is strict as Jesus
War is finer than spring

ALL
The gates of heaven await
Thrown wide by Charles the Great
We follow him through by serving his state

Glory! Glory! Glory! Glory! Glory! Yeah!

CHARLES
We’ve won!

SOLDIERS
We’ve won!

LEWIS
I killed at least 25 of them myself, father.

CHARLES
Yes. You and Pippin both did very well. Well, now we rape and sack. Oh yes, it’s required. And we also have to sing. That’s absolutely essential to victory.

SOLDIERS
And then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! The blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations!
We can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Fall to, men. Eat. Drink. Rape. Give thanks to God who granted us this victory.

PIPPIN
I suppose it’s a little late to wonder who this man was.

HEAD
It’s a little late. But as long as you’re interested I’m just a common man, a Visigoth, but a good man. A very good man.

PIPPIN
You’re also a very lucky man. You’ve had the privilege of dying for your King.

HEAD
Words fail me.

CHARLES
Pippin, you aren’t celebrating. And you there, get all this litter cleared away.

PIPPIN
You know of course, dying in battle like this, you’ll be going straight to Valhalla or wherever you Infidels go, won’t you?

HEAD
Absolutely. The King has assured us personally. But this waiting around’s got me edgy.

PIPPIN
This wasn’t your first battle, was it?

HEAD
No. My third.

PIPPIN
Well then maybe you could tell me, how did this battle compare with your other two?

HEAD
Well, unless you get killed, one battle’s pretty much like another.

PIPPIN
I was afraid you’d say that.

CHARLES
Pippin! What’s the matter? What are you doing?

PIPPIN
I hope you get to Valhalla soon…

HEAD
Hope you get to Heaven….

PIPPIN
Oh, I will.

CHARLES
Pippin, this is embarrassing. A victory celebration and my own son not joining in.

PIPPIN
Sorry, Father. You’ll have to get used to victory celebrations without me. I thought there’d be more plumes.

Rivers belong where they can ramble.
Eagles belong where they can fly.
I’ve got to be where my spirit can run free.
Gotta find my corner of the-

CHARLES
Gentlemen. Be seated. Map! Well, gentleman, it’s been a long hard march. This is where we are here. Tomorrow morning at sunrise, we go against the Visigoths.

PIPPIN
Hah! Visigoths!

CHARLES
Sit down, Pippin. Now, the main factor in tomorrow’s battle is the terrain. So, look at the map. Study it. Remember it.

PIPPIN
Father, why don’t we just go out there and slaughter them?SOLDIER
Yuck. Yuck.

CHARLES
You spoke, Pippin?

PIPPIN
Well father, I just feel that since we’re stronger than them and we’re braver, why don’t we just go out there and kill?

SOLDIER
Do-da, do-da

CHARLES
War is a science, Pippin.

PIPPIN
Well that takes half the fun out of it right there.

CHARLES
There’s plenty of fun when you win.
War is a science
With rules to be applied
Which good soldiers appreciate
Recall and recapitulate
Before they go to decimate
The other side

Now, gentlemen, this is the plan for tomorrow’s skirmish.
The army of the enemy is stationed on the hill
Then it’s savor to position and they’re ready for the kill
So we’ve got to draw them down here, onto the plate
And suddenly success will usurp them at a rate.

Then we go horsed and eat them for effect
And it all must be accomplished in a way they won’t detect.
And if all the ploys we pick to really
Work to bring to pass occur
We won’t have just a victory
We’ll have ourselves a massacre (Skid-doo)

Now, where was I? Aw, yes.
War is a science
A breeding ground for brains
And though I cannot write my name
The men whose pens have brought them fame
Write endless paragraphs explaining my campaigns

Now listen to me closely I’ll endeavor to explain
What separates a charlatan from a Charlemagne
A rule confessed by generals illustrious and various
Though pompous as a Pompey or daring as a Darius
A simple rule that every good man knows by heart
It’s smarter to be lucky than it’s lucky to be smart
But if the fates feel frivolous
And all our plans they smother
Well suppose this war does shrivel us
There’ll always be another!

SOLDIERS
Yeah!

PIPPIN
Oh yeah!
And then the men go marching out into the-

CHARLES
Pippin! I shall not caution you again. War is a very serious business.

PIPPIN
I’m sorry, father.

CHARLES
And then….

ALL
And then….

CHARLES
And gentlemen, and then….
Now… gentlemen… now!

SOLDIERS
And then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! The blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations!
We can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

LEWIS
Nicely done.

CHARLES
Pippin, there’s one more thing. I always like to spend the night before battle praying and I would like my two sons to join me. Oh God, we who fight in your name and in the name of your son ask for victory in combat tomorrow. Give us the strength to butcher the infidel. That the righteous may flourish upon the face of the earth. Lewis, Pippin, it’s time.

LEWIS
You’re going to be very proud of me, father.

PIPPIN
I’ll try not to disgrace you, sir.

CHARLES
Oh, very well. Follow me!

LEADING PLAYER
Battles, marvelous and bloody.
Glory, glory! Glory, glory!

Praise be to Charles or Lord
Triumphant is his sword
Allegiance is his word
Glory! Glory!
Glory! Glory!

Blood! Blood! Yes indeedy.
Blood is red as sunset
Blood is warmer than wine
The taste of salty summer brine

Steel! Steel!
ALL

Steel! Steel is cold as moonlight
Steel as sharper than sight
The touch of bitter winter white

SOLDIERS
Shout it out from the highest tower
shout it out in the darkest hour
Charlemagne, you lead us on to

ALL
Power!

LEADING PLAYER
War!
War is strict as Jesus
War is finer than spring

LEADING PLAYER AND TWO SOLDIERS
Service to Christ and to our

ALL
King!
Shout it out from the highest tower
shout it out in the darkest hour
Charlemagne, you lead us on to power….

The gates of heaven await
Thrown wide by Charles the Great
We follow him through by serving his state
The gates, the gates, the gates of heaven,

The gates of heaven await.
The gates, the gates, the gates of heaven,
The gates of heaven await.
Thrown wide by Charles the Great.

LEADING PLAYER
Let’s hear it for a couple of our old-time favorites still on the chart. Holy Wars: 285,000 killed or wounded. War of Roses: 22,000 killed or wounded. And that sentimental favorite World War I: 8,528,821 killed, 37,476,904 wounded. And let’s not forget that all-time favorite: World War II! Between 35 and 60 million killed or wounded!”
(Dance.)

Ta da!
War is strict as Jesus.
War, war is finer than spring.
Nah, you ain’t seen nothing yet, folks!

ALL
The gates of heaven await
Thrown wide by Charles the Great
Glory! Glory!
Glory! Glory!
Glory! Yeah!
Thank you.

CHARLES
We’ve won!

SOLDIERS
We’ve won!

CHARLES
Well, another victory for me and God.

LEWIS
I killed at least 25 of them myself, father.

CHARLES
Yes. You and Pippin both did very well. Well, now we rape and sack. Oh yes, it’s required. And we also have to sing. That’s absolutely essential to victory.

SOLDIERS
And then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! The blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations!
We can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Pippin, you’re not joining in. Fall to, men.
Give thanks to God for granting us this victory.

PIPPIN
I thought there’d be more plumes.
Rivers belong where they can ramble.
Eagles belong where they can fly.
I’ve got to be where my spirit can run free.
Gotta find my corner of the-

CHARLES
Gentlemen. Be seated. Map! Well, gentleman, it’s been a long hard march. This is where we are… here. Tomorrow morning at sunrise, we go against the Visigoths.

PIPPIN
Hah! Visigoths!

CHARLES
Pippin, sit down. Now, the main factor in tomorrow’s battle is the terrain. So, look at this map. Study it. Remember it.

PIPPIN
Father, why can’t we just go out there and slaughter them?

CHARLES
You spoke, Pippin?

PIPPIN
Since we’re braver and stronger and have God on our side, can’t we just go out there and kill at will?

CHARLES
War is a science, Pippin.

PIPPIN
Well, that takes half the fun out of it right there.

CHARLES
There’s plenty of fun when you win.
War is a science
With rules to be applied
Which good soldiers appreciate
Recall and recapitulate
Before they go to decimate
The other side
Now, gentlemen, this is the plan for tomorrow’s skirmish.
The army of the enemy is stationed on the hill
So we’ve got to get them down here, and this is how we will
Our men in the ravine (That’s this area in green)
will move across the valley where they plainly can be seen
and the enemy (in blue) will undoubtedly pursue
For that’s what you depend upon an enemy to do.

and then, and then
And Gentlemen, And then

PIPPIN
and then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! the blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations! we can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Pippin! Don’t’ interrupt.

PIPPIN
I’m sorry, Father. I just got carried away.

CHARLES
Now, where was I? Ah yes.

War is a science
A breeding ground for brains
And though I cannot write my name
The men whose pens have brought them fame
Write endless paragraphs explaining my campaigns

Now when the foe see our soldiers marching
through the lea
they will mount a charge and meet us at the point I’ve labeled B
And their bowmen on the hill (in yellow on the map)
Will leave their posts to join the rest and fall into our trap.
Then we’ll cut off reinforcements and retreat of any kind
Beating principles of enfilade and defilade in mind.

And then, And then
And gentlemen, And then….

PIPPIN
and then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! the blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations! we can hear a grateful nation’s-

CHARLES
Pippin!

PIPPIN
I’m sorry, feather. It won’t happen again.

CHARLES
In conclusion, gentlemen

Now to me closely I’ll endeavor to explain
What separates a charlatan from a Charlemagne
A rule confessed by generals illustrious and various
Though pompous as a Pompey or daring as a Darius
A simple rule that every great man knows by heart
It’s smarter to be lucky than it’s lucky to be smart

And if the fates feel frivolous
And all our plans they smother
Well suppose this war does shrivel us
There’ll always be another!

And then….

ALL
And then….

CHARLES
And gentlemen, and then….
Now… Pippin… now!

SOLDIERS
And then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! The blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations!
We can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Pippin, I find your attitude very disturbing.

PIPPIN
I’m sorry, Father. It was just all that talk about enfilade and defilade.
CHARLES
Pippin, the Visigoth king across the valley is talking about enfilade and defilade, too. That’s the way it’s done. Now, I always like to spend the night before battle praying. I would like my town songs to join me. (Kneeling.) Oh God, we who fight in your name and in the name of your Son, ask for victory in combat tomorrow. Give us the power to butcher the Infidel, that the righteous may flourish upon the face of the earth.

PIPPIN
Father, is the Visigoth king praying for victory, too?

CHARLES
Oh yes. Old King Aleric is one of the best prayers in the business. Lewis… Pippin… It’s time.

LEWIS
You’re going to be very proud of me, father.

PIPPIN
I’ll try not to disgrace you, sir.

CHARLES
Very well. Follow me!

LEADING PLAYER
Battles, marvelous and bloody.
Glory, glory! Glory, glory!
Praise be to Charles or Lord
Triumphant is his sword
Allegiance is his word
Glory! Glory!
Glory! Glory!

Blood! Blood!
Blood is red as sunset
Blood is warmer than wine
The taste of salty summer brine

Steel!

ALL
Steel!

LEADING PLAYER

Steel!

ALL
Steel!

LEADING PLAYER
Steel! Steel is cold as moonlight
Steel as sharper than sight
The touch of bitter winter white

SOLDIERS
Shout it out from the highest tower
shout it out in the darkest hour
Charlemagne, you lead us on to

ALL
Power!

LEADING PLAYER
War!

ALL
War!

LEADING PLAYER
War is strict as Jesus
War is finer than spring

ALL
Service to Christ and to our King!
Shout it out from the highest tower
shout it out in the darkest hour
Charlemagne, you lead us on to power….
(Trio dance)
LEADING PLAYER
Ta dum! Ahh, you ain’t seen nothing yet!

ALL
The gates of heaven await
Thrown wide by Charles the Great
We follow him through by serving his state

Glory! Glory! Glory! Glory! Glory! Yeah!

CHARLES
We’ve won!

SOLDIERS
We’ve won!

CHARLES
Another victory for God and me!

LEWIS
I killed at least 25 of them myself, father.

CHARLES
Yes. You and Pippin both did very well. Well, now we rape and sack.

PIPPIN
What?

CHARLES
Oh yes, it’s required. And we also have to sing. That’s absolutely essential to victory.

SOLDIERS
And then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! The blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations!
We can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Fall to, men. Eat. Drink. Rape. Give thanks to God who granted this victory.

PIPPIN
I suppose it’s a little late to wonder who this man was.

HEAD
It’s a little late. But as long as you’re interested I’m just a common man, a Visigoth, but a good man. A very good man.

PIPPIN
You’re also a very lucky man. You’ve had the privilege of dying for your King.

HEAD
Words fail me.

PIPPIN
You know of course, dying in battle like this, you’ll be going straight to Valhalla or wherever you Infidels go, won’t you?

HEAD
Absolutely. The King has assured us personally. But this waiting around’s got me edgy.

PIPPIN
This wasn’t your first battle, was it?

HEAD
No. My third.

PIPPIN
Well then maybe you could tell me, how did this battle compare with your other two?

HEAD
Well, unless you get killed, one battle’s pretty much like another.

PIPPIN
I was afraid you’d say that.

CHARLES
Pippin! Where are you? We’re celebrating.

PIPPIN
I hope you get to Valhalla soon…

HEAD
Hope you get to Heaven…

PIPPIN
Oh, I will.

CHARLES
Pippin, this is embarrassing. A victory celebration and my own son not joining in.

PIPPIN
Sorry, Father. You’ll have to get used to victory celebrations without me. I thought there’d be more plumes.

Rivers belong where they can ramble.
Eagles belong where they can fly.
I’ve got to be where my spirit can run free.
Gotta find my corner of the-

  CHARLES
Gentlemen. Be seated. Map! Now the main factor in tomorrow’s battle against the Visigoths-

PIPPIN
Hah! Visigoths!

CHARLES
Oh- Jesus Christ! …is the terrain. So, look at this… look at this map. You study it. You remember it.

PIPPIN
Father.

CHARLES
Pippin?

PIPPIN
Well, since we’re braver and stronger and have God on our side, can’t we just go out there and slaughter them?

CHARLES
Pippin….
War is a science
which a general must use
With stratagems and strategies
Statistical analyses
To know how many soldiers
He’s prepared to lose!
Now, gentlemen, this is the plan for tomorrow’s skirmish.
The army of the enemy is stationed on the hill
So we’ve got to get them down here where they’re easier to kill
So you in the ravine (That’s this area in green)
will move across the plain where you plainly can be seen
and the enemy (in blue) will undoubtedly pursue
And we’ll hope to keep our loses to comparatively few.
And then
ALL
And then

CHARLES
And gentlemen, and then

PIPPIN
and then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! the blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations! we can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Pippin, sit down immediately.

PIPPIN
Okay.

CHARLES
Now, where was I? Ah yes.

A general accepts that war is hell or even worse
He must never be too cautious, or casualty averse
I’m certain that the majority of blood that you will splatter
Will be theirs with just a minimum of damage, that’s collateral
But we know for success, we must always pay a price
That’s why for my success, you must sacrifice
And then

ALL
And then

CHARLES
And gentlemen, and then

PIPPIN
and then the men go marching out into the fray-
I’m sorry, father.

CHARLES
I don’t wanna hear it. Because now time is short, and now I’ve got to speed the whole damn thing up!

Listen to me men as I endeavor to explain
What separates a charlatan from a Charlemagne
A rule known to generals illustrious and various
Though pompous as a Pompey or daring as a Darius
A little rule that every leader knows by heart
It’s smarter to be lucky than it’s lucky to be smart
And then….

ALL
And then….

CHARLES
And gentlemen, and then….
Now… Pippin… now!

SOLDIERS
And then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! The blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations! We can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Lewis… Pippin… It’s time.

LEWIS
You’re going to be very proud of me, father.

PIPPIN
I’ll try not to disgrace you, sir.

CHARLES
Follow me!

LEADING PLAYER
Battles, marvelous and bloody.
Glory, glory! Glory, glory!
Praise be to Charles or Lord
Triumphant is his sword
Allegiance is his word
Glory! Glory!
Glory! Glory!

Blood! Blood!
Blood is red as sunset
Blood is warmer than wine
The taste of salty summer brine
Steel!

ALL
Steel!

LEADING PLAYER
Steel is cold as moonlight
Steel as sharper than sight
The touch of bitter winter white

SOLDIERS
Shout it out from the highest tower
shout it out in the darkest hour
Charlemagne, you lead us on to

ALL
Power!

LEADING PLAYER
War!

ALL
War!

LEADING PLAYER
War!

ALL
War!

LEADING PLAYER
War is strict as Jesus
War is finer than spring

ALL
Service to Christ and to our King!
Shout it out from the highest tower
shout it out in the darkest hour
Charlemagne, you lead us on to power….
(Trio dance)
LEADING PLAYER
Ta da! You ain’t seen nothing yet folks!

ALL
The gates of heaven await
Thrown wide by Charles the Great
Glory! Glory! Glory! Glory! Glory! Yeah!

CHARLES
We’ve won!

LEWIS
I killed at least 40 of them myself, father.

CHARLES
Yeah, yeah Lewis. Both you and Pippin did very well. Well, now we rape and sack. Yes, it’s required. And singing is essential to victory.

SOLDIERS
And then the men go marching out into the fray
Conquering the enemy and carrying the day
Hark! The blood is pounding in our ears
Jubilations!
We can hear a grateful nation’s cheers!

CHARLES
Pippin, you’re not joining in! Fall to men! We must give thanks to God for this glorious victory!

PIPPIN
I suppose it’s a little late to wonder who this man was.

HEAD
It’s a little late. But as long as you’re interested I’m just a common man- OW! I’m just a common man. A Visigoth, but a good man. A very good man.

PIPPIN
You’re also a very lucky man. You’ve had the privilege of dying for your King.

HEAD
Words fail me.

PIPPIN
Well, you know, dying in battle like this, you’ll be going straight to Valhalla or wherever you Infidels go.

HEAD
Oh, absolutely. The King has assured us personally. But this waiting around’s got me edgy.

PIPPIN
This wasn’t your first battle, was it?

HEAD
No. My third.

PIPPIN
Well then maybe you could tell me, how did this battle compare with your other two?

HEAD
Well, unless you get killed, one battle’s pretty much like another.

PIPPIN
I was afraid you’d say that.

CHARLES
Pippin!

HEAD
Falling. Falling!

CHARLES
Where are you?

PIPPIN
I hope you get to Valhalla soon…

HEAD
Hope you get to Heaven….

PIPPIN
Thank you, I will.

CHARLES
Pippin, this is embarrassing. A victory celebration and my own son not joining in.

PIPPIN
Sorry, Father. You’ll have to get used to victory celebrations without me. You know, I thought there’d be more plumes.

Eagles belong where they can fly.
I’ve got to be where my spirit can run free.
Gotta find my corner of the-


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