Treasure Island

Stephen Roxborough

(June 4,1953 / Albany, New York)

sail on (Magellan's mantra)


the church says the earth is flat but i know its round
for i've seen the shadow on the moon and have
more faith in the shadow than the church because
the church says the earth is flat but i know its round
for i've seen the shadow on the moon and have
more faith in the shadow than the church because
the church says the earth is flat but i know its round
for i've seen the shadow on the moon and have
more faith in the shadow than the church because
the church says the earth is flat but i know its round
for i've seen the shadow on the moon and have
more faith in the shadow than the church because
the church says the earth is flat but i know its round
for i've seen the shadow on the moon and have
more faith in the shadow than the church

Submitted: Sunday, November 14, 2004
Edited: Thursday, December 09, 2004
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