TREY: [without musical backing] So, uh, The Sloth comes in there, takes care of Wilson, and now Wilson’s dead. So, things go on from here and there’s lots of other songs that go along with the story. We’re gonna do one more tune here. If you can picture now, we’re going out to the edge of, the edge of Gamehendge and you’ve got this shepherd here. It’s years later. Everything after that pretty much went downhill in Gamehendge, and it never got any better. It became sort of a war torn thing. The shepherd is going to sort of tell his story of how things happened and wrap the whole thing up here in a second. Come with us here, out to the edge of…
[Phish plays “McGrupp and the Watchful Hosemasters,” which concludes this journey to Gamehendge.]
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