"Pilgrim" as written by Andrew James Stockdale, Steven B. Kille, Mark Laughlin and Jason Richard Simon....
Hey there gypsy, walk without a sound
See those people try to put you down
She's got wisdom inside her hand

For no good reason, ever could be found
With all the people living in this town
Searching for wisdom inside the sand
She's got hands that go inside my mind
She's got hands that go inside my mind
This time I think I'm feeling fine

Somehow they seem, seem to get around
Giving the message from the underground
She's got that wisdom inside her hand
She's got hands that go inside my mind
She's got hands that go inside my mind
I think I'm feeling fine

With the thoughts that you have or that you find
It can confuse you some of the time
It's like you're chasing smoke into the night
Somebody's changing to the call of the wild
She's got hands that go inside my mind
I think I'm feeling fine


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"Pilgrim" as written by Jason Simon Andrew James Stockdale

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    My Opinionthe heavy riff that is around the 3 minute mark.... God does it sound fucking amazing.

    The title pilgrim seems to be loosely based on the concept of a gypsy who is getting in his mind (or a witch as I interpret it). The writer may be the Pilgrim and the Witch is a woman in his life, making a reference to the mysterious concept of witches in colonial days having some sort of evil powers to control people. Could just be an allegory for how a woman can directly influence a man's thoughts.
    mike1305on November 09, 2009   Link
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    General Commenti love the turn in the song around 3 minutes. it reminds me of colossal in that way.
    dm.tymon November 10, 2009   Link

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