[After improvised lyrics from Steve Miller’s “Swingtown” begging the musical question “Do You Know Where You Are?”]
TREY: You should watch out when you leave here tonight because you don’t want to run into one of these giant worms that lives in the canal. It’s terrifying. So if you know those little green urinals they have on the side of the road, don’t go in there because you get sucked down through the hole into the canal. Then, you’ve got to spend the whole night riding along the canals on these giant worms that live under there. You might think i’m kidding you, but it happened to me last night. It was really scary.
[Band continues with a few more verses of “Wormtown” while the music swirls
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