I’ll buy you six Bay mares to put in your stable, six golden apples bought with my pay, I am the first piper who calls the sweet tune, but I must be going by the seventh day.

The red summer sun sets in ‘mystical places’, black is the night of summer’s day’s end … We’ll find a speck of truth in each riddle, hold the first grains of love in our hands

COME ON!, I’M THE WHISTLER, I have a fife and I’ve come to play.

Songs From The Wood, Jethro Tull, Ian Anderson, a deep intellectual, musician, fish farmer, and man. Ian and his band(s) have influenced me as much or more than any other band. Another genius work by Tull is THICK AS A BRICK.

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