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  1. Care to compare McNut’s wandering with WW’s?:

    I wandered lonely along as if I was a cloud – MC Nuts

    I wandered lonely along as if I was a cloud
    That floats on high over vales and hills
    When all at once I looked down and saw a crowd
    And in my path there was a host of golden daffodils, so check it,
    It’s the kind of sight that puts your mind at ease
    I saw beside the lake and beneath the trees,
    And they kind of moved me, like they were base on the keys,
    They were fluttering and dancing inside the breeze,

    And seemed infinite, just like the stars that shine up in the belt of Orion,
    Across to the milky-way, they stretched along the coast in a never ending line,
    All across the water margin of the golden silty bay
    I must admit, ten thousand I say in my retina,
    No more than a glance than I registered that they’re beautiful etc.
    I never knew in advance but they were tossing up their heads like a pogo dance

    In a contrast to the plants they where waste beside them,
    The way they crushed and sparkled, added to the marvel,
    And the writer couldn’t help but feeling bright like a sunbeam,
    The flowers and the waves they were quite something, yeah
    Across the spot – just lost the plot –
    Just watched and watched all the yellow and green
    And at the time I didn’t really have to pay them no mind,
    But when I think back to the day it was a hell of a scene

    So often, when I’m on my coach just sitting,
    in a vacant mood or idle position, with nothing to do, my face screwed, time ticking,
    Gotta rewind to my vision, I get a flashback in my mind’s eye
    Feel the bliss of solitude from the hindsight
    My heart fills up, until the pleasure is spilled, yo
    I’m taken back to dancing with the daffodils


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