I first caught the sun at noon today
To get another 24 hours
I lept & broke my bed-frame
Which the termites have devoured

I lived a life in shambles
With one idea left to scheme
But if I ever built it
then what would I have left to dream?

Mulberry's Dream was talking to me,
as we kicking' with time.
Burning' in the sun on the side of the street,
we gotta be out of our minds.
Life, he said, is all about style,
and my flying machine.
And we'll take the people cross miracle miles,
and I believed him

I walked down to the corner
To fetch myself some dollars
I left later that afternoon
When the streets began to holler
and there I saw O'Farrell
The old street corner pantomime
and I simply could not shake him
till old Mulberry came just in time

Mulberry's Dream was talking to me,
as we kicking' our time.
Burning' in the sun on the side of the street,
we gotta be out of our minds.
Life, he said, is all about style,
and my flying machine.
And we'll take the people cross miracle miles,
and I believed him


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    General CommentSCENE II - Mulberry's Dream
    Corrinado swims through the sea, his only chance of survival is to make it to the island; hoping that Morris Mulberry will be waiting with the prototype hot air balloon, the only one left undestroyed by Manilla. As he swims, he gets delirious from pure physical exhaustion. He thinks back to his friend Mulberry and the beginning of Hot Air Balloon Traveling when Mulberry persuaded him to use his invention to start a successful business.
    RummyRedbeardon July 28, 2011   Link

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