Fly famous mockingbird

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Fly famous mockingbird

Fly...


Fly famous mockingbird

Fly...

Fly famous mockingbird

Fly...

Fly...

Fly...

Fly famous mockingbird

Fly...



The next morning at the camp Errand Wolfe and Rutherford stood frozen in awe as the famous mockingbird flew out of the sky and laid the Helping Friendly Book at their feet. The quest for the book had dragged on for so many years that it's sudden appearance left the men staring in disbelief, unsure of what their next move should be. The shock wore off quickly though, and Errand Wolfe shot into high gear. He snatched up the book with one hand and the famous mockingbird with the other, and began to inform Rutherford of his plan. He would first kill Wilson, and then put the Helping Friendly Book to work for him. With Rutherford's aid he fastened the famous mockingbird to a pole, with glue and rubber bands, to insure the secrecy of his mission, and then set out to find the only man in Gamehendge who could handle the job of eliminating a King.


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    General Commentthe question that is asked when you are about to type a comment is "what does this song mean to you?" i have absolutly no idea.. but its fuckin awesome.
    ForeverInADay416on May 11, 2003   Link
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    General CommentSo true. This song is after colonel forbin asks for the famous mockingbird to take the helping friendly book. It is an amazing song.
    phish15on June 18, 2003   Link
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    General Commentgreat great song by an amazing band porlly my top 5 avorite bands
    'this song is the roundoff to colonial forbins ascent which is also a great song, but after all, all songs from gamehenge are excellent. including this one.





    ledzepp22on December 13, 2005   Link

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