"Your Great Journey" as written by and Brett Sparks Rennie Sparks....
Like four million tons of hydrogen
exploding on the sun.
Like the whisper of the termites
building castle in the dust.
You're no longer leaving foot prints.
You left your wallet on the bus.
Your great journey has begun

When automatic sinks in airports
no longer see your hands
and elevator doors close on you,
when buses drive right past.
When the only voice that answers
is the whir of a ceiling fan
your great journey has begun.

Staring out hotel windows
at planes taking off.
Walking round the parking lot
you will never find your car.
You've begun to dance the Ghost Dance.
Strat dogs gather in your yard.
Your great journey has begun.


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