"Following the Sun" as written by and Kyle Vernon Hanson Mirah Yom Tov Zeitlyn....
Oh, these raged weeds
Oh, these papery thieves
How strong am I?
I can fly and out flight
I'm a king, am I
Earthly wings are right for miles and miles


I've been biding time
At the over wintry sight
Where the firs are fine
And the mountains high
The winter months we like
This habitat for us is perfectly designed


Love it all, interests are pleased
No, it took them years to find me
In 1975, discovery arrived
In flaxen coat bright
This is where we lie

But still
You wonder why
We are so genetically inclined
To live this migratory life


(something in a foreign language)


Lights like us rely
On season, no clouds which die
Until it gets too dry
And sunlight does go to night
We traveled till we find
The host by which our darling hatchlings will survive


Our pretender shoot
Ask the bee is bloom
Fragrant firework
Contender lights you soon
Appose emetics work
All sea to sea we'll search
And though it won't be me
My progeny will surely see
That we return to the prairies


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    General CommentI'm pretty sure this song is about the migration of monarch butterflies to Mexico. They discovered the butterflies were going to central Mexico in 1975.
    edward1288on January 07, 2017   Link

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