Step I Dream Avoidance
If you sense your dream is coming alive again
Lie down until the feeling passes. Tell yourself about all past failures, and, lie down until the feeling passes. Think of all your shortcomings, and, lie down until the feeling passes.
Don’t Dream your Dream No More . . .
A Little South West of Boisy Idaho There lives a certain Indian, and his wife the Eskimo. This Indian has no legs, and his wife no eyes you know Their life’s quite pleasant and satisfactory you know. Their child never knew them any other way, it’s just the way they always been It really ain’t no problem, not to him you know.
Down in the garden beneath the big oak tree Underneath the grass and dirt are his legs and her eyes you know The child’s never seen ’em, he don’t know they’re even there
The child’s never known ’em any other way, it’s just the way they always were you know
This Indian and his wife have a pleasant life, they’ve long since forgotten they ever ‘ad ’em, No dreams, no legs, no eyes, you know.
Laurence Brand December 4, 2000