> Charts > Narration Chart: "Wilson", 1988-03-12

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TREY: [over the beginning of “Wilson”] Okay, so here's Colonel Forbin falling in love with Tela, who's riding on the big two-toned multibeast. She reaches down, and she pulls him up onto the back of the multibeast. And, they go riding off into the forest, deeper and deeper into the forest.

Anyway, they're going, riding deeper and deeper into the forest, and as they ride, Tela tells Colonel Forbin about the revolution. They're trying to overthrow the Evil King Wilson. They ride along. She tells him that the revolution is being run by a guy named Errand Wolfe, and they're heading towards the base camp to meet this guy, the base camp of the revolution. They're going to meet Errand Wolfe.

Errand Wolfe got on this whole revolution kick when his son Roger was executed in the public square by Wilson. So they ride deeper and deeper until they finally reached the outskirts of the camp, and they see up in the distance, they look and they see a man standing in the clearing. It's Errand Wolfe, and he's a small man but his power is overbearing. As they ride closer and closer., as they near him, he raises his fist in anger and he screams:

[First verse of “Wilson” begins.]
[Following "Wilson," Trey continues narrating the saga.]
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