TREY: Just want to say what a great time we had tonight. We gotta get going now, but before we do, I just want to leave you with one final thought. As you go out into the world tonight, there are some things you should remember. First, remember what we talked about with the vibrations, the vibrations of life. Realize that by shifting the little out-of-phase shift on my guitar here and giving you the vibration of other-dimension life, that you can change forever. Now, if you really want to be able to live your life for the rest of your life, now that youâ€™ve changed in a good way, I think that you should go out of your way to look for some guidance. Help me out there. [Backing vocals begin]
Thereâ€™s a certain place where I know that, if you look hard enough, youâ€™ll be able to find this guidance to take you through life. Because, there was a long time ago a man. He knew what you needed to get you through life. So, being a great, a great man, he decided to write it all down, and he wrote it all down. He wrote it down so that you you you you can read what he wrote. You need to find that guidance. He wrote it, he wrote it on, he wrote it on the pages of a great book because he was a great man, a great man writing a great book!
He wrote it all down so that you can read it. So you should go find it now. Leave this room, walk out the back door after the concert is over, and go find this book and read it because it was written by a great man who had something to tell you. He was a great man, he had something to say, you hear me? You hear me? Heâ€™s got something to tell you! So read it! Read what he wrote down! Read it! Read it! Read it! Read it! Read the book! Read the book that this great man wrote! Heâ€™s a great man. His name was the great... His name was the great the great the great and knowledgeable and knowledgeable, great, knowledgeable, great, incredible, superb, special, miraculous, the great and knowledgeable Icculus!
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