Far Alaska

Album: J-Tull Dot Com (1999)
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  • Placing people in their dreamscape
    with fantasies of foreign fields
    Lofty spires all well appointed
    In off-season special deals.
    To far Alaska: down to Rio in the Carnival
    Norwegian fjords in the ever-light of Solstice call

    A part of me might travel with you
    in a freebie bucket seat for one
    Business First at last, forever
    Hopeless thoughts of flying fun

    Now get me out of here I cry in air rage psycho-doom
    I'm only dream-arranging from the safety of my room

    Pick a place or stick a pin in
    any corner of the sphere
    Post me cards and tell me nicely
    Say you wish that I was here

    To far Alaska: down to Rio in the Carnival
    Norwegian fjords in the ever-light of Solstice call Writer/s: IAN ANDERSON
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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