Chapter 4- Stand By Cold Turkey.
I thought I could change the whole wide world... You may say I didn't want to get on right away , I was feeling insecure. I told you about the north of Kathmandu. How could she say "power to the people?" I can't believe that she loves you and you left me sitting trying to shovel smoke on trampolines. The Hendersons' bird can sing here, there and everywhere at my thoughtlessness. Now I am older, I feel hung up; what am I supposed to do? Dancing like there's no crowd of people who disagree and never come out to play! There's a banker back in the U.S.S.R who called himself Dan for the mystery tour. We all live in strawberry fields, nothing is real when I get home. You think you've lost the world, and I don't know, I don't know how many teachers who taught metaphysical science read the news today. It's been a long time; now I get by with a drink or two and the bad books without you. See the people standing in the marketplace-- where do they all rock n roll? Music is waiting to take you as you are. And our friends are in the road thinking of me and Dave. Send me the bill and Rita will demonstrate ten somersets. She's my baby - she's sweeter than tangerine trees and marmalade. One day you'll look in my direction till the cows come falling and drift past the zoo. All I want is grandchildren on your knees, but as from today