Accidental Wilderness (Music & Lyrics by Bill Carrasco) Climbing a tree in the rain, I found something I’ll never explain, holding on. Sunrise, somebody whispers. Sunset, everybody stares. In between, it’s all hallways and stairs. A sé me sám a yé. I don’t know where I got this luck. I don’t believe in Mickey Duck. I’m just a skeleton in the rain. So I find a branch and I sit on it. I come right out and I sit on it. I don’t know how, but it’s gonna fit me now. I’m hanging upside down. I’m all the way around. I will eventually go home. I’m a comet on wheels. I just can’t wait anymore. After all that I seen and all the places I’ve been. I can see San Francisco. I see a Praia do Prumirim. I laugh into my pillow and volunteer my chemicals to peace. And then I step back in the window (C’est un discours camouflé…play along). And there’s nothing more I need to believe. (C’est un plaisir mammifère….. I found). Climbing a tree in the rain.
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