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I want to reach out
And touch the sky
I want to touch the sun
But I don't need to die

I'm gonna climb up
On the mountains of the moon
And find a distant man
A waving his spoon

I've crossed the ocean, turned everything
I found the crossing near a golden rainbow's end
I've been through magic and defied reality
I've lived a thousand years and it never bothered me

Got no religion
Don't need no friends
Got all I want
And I don't need to pretend

Don't try to reach me
'Cause I'd tear up your mind
I've seen the future
And I've left it behind



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  • U
    UnregisteredMay 27, 2012 at 3:45 am
    I really, really, really ... Really, really ... Really think it says "and find the dish that ran away with the spoon. " makes a helluva lot more sense than "a distant man a-waving his spoon. " wtf?

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